York’s NRM is the largest railway museum in the world, showcasing over a million wonderful railway objects from almost 200 years of rail history.
The National Railway Museum York is the largest railway museum in the world, showcasing over a million wonderful railway objects from almost 200 years of rail history. Today, NRM York and its sister museum in Shildon attract almost one million visitors every year.
With a diverse collection of exhibits of over 100 locomotives and 200 items of rolling stock from 1815 to the present day, the NRM York works in partnership with other key museums including NRM Locomotion. Today, NRM York is home to key national exhibits such as The Mallard, The Flying Scotsman and the Duchess of Hamilton.
The museum also hosts thousands of exhibits depicting the history of the railways from a technical, social and historical perspective including road vehicles, signalling gear, tickets, uniforms, drawings and documents.
Daily: 10.00am - 6.00pm
Closed: 24, 25, 26 December
National Railway Museum York
York YO26 4XJ
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