Transport

Exhibition
Temporarily closed Powerhouse Museum Free Entry

In the Powerhouse Museum transport galleries, move among the kinds of vehicles that have shaped our way of life. You’ll see some grand and gracious objects including the Catalina Flying boat in which Captain P G Taylor surveyed an air route between Sydney and Valparaiso, Chile, in 1951, and the luxuriously appointed Governor’s railway carriage of 1891. See the vehicles that carry us from cradle to grave including a pram, boats, and many more.

 

This exhibition is temporarily closed due to building works on level 1 of the Powerhouse. It will reopen on 15 March 2021. Apologies for any inconvenience.

 

Tickets

Now open, free of charge

Please note:

  • To visit the museum, simply arrive at the main entrance between 10am – 4.30pm and scan our QR to register for FREE entry
  • Visitors wishing to pre-book their visit can do so here:
  • Some exhibitions are not open. Find out which exhibitions you can see on your visit.
  • To help plan your visit, please find information here about the measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe. Visitors are required to provide their name and contact details on arrival to support contact tracing in line with NSW Health rules and our COVID-Safe plan.
  • If you wish to bring a group, or have any accessibility questions about your visit, please contact us at book@maas.museum or call 9217 0222.

 

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Plan Your Experience

All the information you need to plan your visit is available on the Powerhouse Museum venue page, including:

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