Thursday, 11 February 2016


Monthly open mike night at the Launceston Tramway Museum
SUNDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 2016 from 2PM to 4PM
Musicians, Poets, Songwriters,  
Actors, Comics, Dancers, Jugglers…….  

All Welcome!   
Performers Free Entry 
Audience Gold Coin Donation Please

For Information Contact Pamela 0422 436 996

About The Tramway Museum

The Tramway Museum is located in the Inveresk Precinct next  to Blue CafĂ©. The museum is a community-based organisation that works to restore and revive the old trams that once roamed Launceston Tasmania. With over 50 volunteers actively working to recapture our exciting history, there are many opportunities to journey through  Tasmania’s tramway past; including fascinating tales of when trams were no longer trams, Launceston’s oldest surviving movie 
footage, an interactive children’s tram and a sneak peek at the  ongoing projects in the original workshop of Launceston  Municipal Tramways. The museum is tram-packed with adventure, complete with a 1940’s tram ride and conductors ready to stub your tickets.

Monday - Sunday: 10am to 4pm
Tram available for group bookings: Monday - Tuesday
Tram operating throughout the day: Wednesday - Sunday
Gift Shop available in-store
Closed Public Holidays

Adults: $5
Senior Card: $4.50
Children: $2
Under 6yo: FREE

Phone: (03) 6334 8334
Address: 2 Invermay Rd, Invermay TAS 7248

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