Outeniqua Transport Museum, George

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Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Immerse yourself in the city's transportation history at Outeniqua Transport Museum, home to thirteen steam locomotives, including Johannesburg's first ever steam train. Look out for the royal coach used by Queen Elizabeth during her 1947 trip to South Africa. An onsite coffee shop provides welcome refreshments. Our George online itinerary planner makes visiting Outeniqua Transport Museum and other George attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Unbelievably large exhibition. Very informative, extremely interesting, so much insight into transport in history, Definitely top of my list to take visiting family and friends to.  more »
  • We really enjoyed looking at all the old forms of transport in this museum. The old cars were my one son's favorite. He counted that one person owned 25 of them! There could be better signage inside.....  more »
  • We visited on a rainy day and it was well worth it. Entrance fee was R20pp. There's allot of really well kept trains to see amongst other things. The kids loved it, especially the model trains!
  • Absolutely stunning, so much to see. Well done to SARL for preserving history. A must see for the whole family. Place was clean and tidy, just wished the mannequins in the train were better preserved at least make the decor like the food they eating look more realistic.
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