The best of yesterday, history presented at its finest - A wonderful step back in time. Plenty of space to move around and see exhibits, everyone is friendly (including the steam engines). You really can't go wrong if you have a day out here. There is a good guidebook which helps in seeing much that is there, complete with detail and style. A great gift shop and a great cuppa made the day even better. This was my first time there, and on the basis of my first visit, I very much wish to visit again.- Elizabeth E - July 2020
We are open with trains running at Weekends, and Wednesday 28, in October
We are continuing our activities safely and in accordance with government guidelines. The latest regulations means that all tickets must be booked in advance. We can only accept bookings for up to six people and are legally required to share contact details with Public Health Track & Trace if requested.
Ticket numbers are limited to ensure the safety of visitors and staff.
The Railway Centre is currently CLOSED on weekdays (Except Wednesday 28 October).
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