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Visitor Information


Sunday, December 3, 2023


10:00am - 4:00pm


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Join the team at Revolutions Transport Museum this International Day of People with Disability!

The museum welcomes people with disability and their carers all year round which we’re celebrating with three special experiences on Sunday, December 3.

Tranquil Time

10.00am – 11.00am

Enjoy a low sensory introduction to Revolutions Transport Museum with dimmed lighting and sound interactives switched off or down.

Visitors during Tranquil Time can explore the touch table of historic transport objects, play transport games and wander around the exhibitions in a sensory-friendly hour.

Tactile Tours

11.30am – Beasts of Burden

1.30pm – Wheels and Wool

Exploring two different areas of the museum, these tactile tours will give visitors the opportunity to engage with unusual and rarely displayed objects!

Our trained museum guides will audio-describe the display, relating the history and stories of these transporting objects:

  • Beasts of Burden will explore the animals used in transport, including a hands-on demonstration of how to harness a horse.
  • Wheels and Wool examines the shearer’s truck and camel wagon, as well as EJ Holden, in depth.

Participant numbers are limited for these Tactile Tours, please book on (08) 9209 6040 or to [email protected]

Suitable for people with low vision.

Further information
  • Revolutions Transport Museum is well laid-out for anyone with accessibility issues to explore the museum.
  • People with disability are welcome to bring a support person or assistance dog.
  • There are accessible toilets, parking (including ACROD parking) and shady parklands for group gatherings adjacent to the museum.

Image shows Mark, a visitor to Revolutions Transport Museum who is blind. Mark is smiling as he sits in the EJ Holden, an interactive exhibit for museum visitors.