DATES TO REMEMBER
SUN 5th JULY Museum reopens (1pm to 4pm)
SUNDAY 9 AUGUST (12.00 NOON to 4.00 PM) COMMEMORATION OF FIRST HORSE DRAWN TRAM SERVICE IN BRISBANE (10 August 1885).
Ride in vintage BCC buses and in the Museum’s oldest trams.
Historic tramway vehicles and our replica horse tram will be on display.
Normal Sunday entry fees will apply
The museum will be abiding by Government and public health authority guidelines, physical distancing and containment measures. We ask our visitors to obey all signage around the museum while visiting. If possible please use contactless payment. We will request anyone who is sick to leave the museum immediately. The COVID-19 conditions of entry will be displayed at the front gate.
We are in Tramway St Ferny Grove next door to the Ferny Grove Bowls Club. The Museum is open Sunday Afternoons and by special arrangement when you can ride on Brisbane's preserved trams in a bushland setting. Admission includes unlimited tram rides on the day. Souvenirs and cold drinks are available and there are picnic tables in the grounds.
Meals available at the Ferny Grove Bowls Club next door. The Grove Sports Club
The Brisbane Tram Museum is open every Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm. It is recommended that you allow at least one and a half to two hours so you can fully enjoy all that the museum has to offer. The museum remains closed in wet conditions for operational reasons. If in doubt ring the museum on 07 3351 1776 after 12 noon on Sundays.
|Children under school age are free. Discounts are available for parties of 20 or more)|
Phone 07 3351 1776
Please note that this number will only be answered by
Brisbane Tramway Museum personnel when the museum is open.
At all other times there will be an answering machine enabling
a message to be left.
e-mail The Museum at
Brisbane Tramway Museum
PO Box 94, Ferny Hills, Qld 4055.
From the city, follow Samford Road towards Samford. When the Ferny Grove Bowls Club and Beach Volley Ball Centre appear on your left, turn left at the traffic lights into Tramway St. The Museum is 100m on the left just past the Bowls Club. Look for the large blue museum sign.Parking is available between the bowls club and the museum grounds.