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National Railway Museum, York, North Yorkshire

National Railway Museum
Leeman Road
York
North Yorkshire

YO26 4XJ | View map
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For a fantastic free day out in York visit the award winning National Railway Museum. Explore our three giant halls full of railway legends including Mallard the world's fastest steam locomotive, the iconic Japanese Bullet Train and the Chinese locomotive, one of the largest steam engines ever built in Britain.

Discover the Museum's hidden treasures in Search Engine, our library and archive centre. Watch the engines move on the turntable, find out how streamlining works and learn how to control the signals. With daily demonstrations, loads of interactive exhibits, a special event programme and FREE museum admission, enjoy action-packed fun for the whole family.

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Tourist Info Number: +44 (0)1904 554 491
Months Open: All year except 24, 25 26 December
Conference Facilities: Yes - Contact 0870 412 4001 for info
Contact Name for Groups: Tours of the Museum are available - please contact the Group Administrator on 0870 412 4001 for further information.
Admission Price: Free - The National Railway Museum reserve the right to charge admission to theMuseum during special events
Catering: Restaurant open daily

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