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The Transnet Transport Museum has a unique display featuring the history of Transnet. Enter the world of South African Railway history and admire some of the Iron Ladies that once ruled the railway lines of South Africa. From the small prestigious...more
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Went to the Transport Museum with my two younger boys and ended spending more than 2 hours looking at everything from classical cars including a Model T Ford to models of boats and planes but the stars in the show are the trains.
My boyfriend and went to the museum when driving through George and it was a great experience. Informative, extensive collection of trains, train models, vintage cars and more elements. Value for money. Recommended stop!
The tram ride from George museum up the nearby mountain must be one of the area's best kept secrets. Booking is highly recommended.
On arriving at the museum it is a little difficult to find the booking office for the tram ride as it's located...More
Make the effort and visit one of the extremely beautiful museum in SA. Even those non-museum persons would find some pleasure in this visit. Well maintained (I was there 16 years ago and now again). Make an effort to support this well laid out and...More
I visited this place with my wife, what a germ, we loved everything about it, great history of railway, South African Airways and ports. I highly recommend that you see the model room, it’s amazing. Well done Transnet!!
Was a rainy miserable day so was looking for indoor attractions to keep kids and hubby entertained, what a pleasant surprise. The museum is impeccably looked after with not only a wide selection of locomotives but a fabulous array of classic cars that kept us...More
Unexpectedly wonderful. One would have an enjoyable half a day spent at this museum. The displays were immaculate. Trains which have been retired from yesteryear of the steam days are on display. The details and the engineering feat of those years is something to marvel....More
This museum is huge and so child friendly and accessible for wheelchairs and the adults enjoyed it even more than the children. You see all the special trains like the white train, specially adapted for the British royal party in 1947 and the inside of...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Kobus600, Manager at Outeniqua Transport Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 25 September 2018
It is very encouraging to see that visitors enjoy their visits to the museum and rating it on Trip Advisor. This is always great top get feedback to help us to improve.
Thank you for rating this museum.