The Sydney Bus Museum In The Old Leichhardt Tramshed
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Now open on every first and third Sunday of the month, step inside the historic Bus Museum in Leichardt, tucked away in a 100-year old Leichardt tramshed.
Explore the extensive collection of vintage buses (including double deckers from Sydney, London and Hong Kong) and the World War II exhibition before hopping on a 30-minute vintage double-decker bus ride across the ANZAC Bridge to the CBD and back! These depart regularly from the main Museum Entrance.
Admission: $15/adult, $10/child (4-16), $35/family of 4. Ticket price includes a vintage double-decker bus ride.
Getting There: 1) Go by vintage double decker bus from the Queen Victoria Building - depart from Stand D, York St, click here for departure times. 2) By public transport: State Transit buses 440, 444, 445, m10 to Norton St Leichhardt (Pioneers Memorial Park) and a short walk along William St to the Museum. 3. By car: The Museum is located at 25 Derbyshire Rd Leichhardt, with access from Norton and William Streets only. Please note there is limited parking on site. Disabled parking available.
For more information, visit the website.
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