The museum is closed until further notice
From 17 March the Bluebell Railway and the museum are closed in line with advice from Public Health England.
At present we are unable to say when we expect to reopen but will post the date here as soon as we know.
The museum is one of the highlights of a visit to the Bluebell Railway. It is a fascinating museum with exhibits to engage and intrigue all visitors from small children upwards. It is situated at Sheffield Park station on Platform 2. (There is no extra charge to visit the museum).
Many of our visitors can remember travelling on steam trains and a few can even recall being evacuated during the Second World War. Our museum is a wonderful place to re-live these memories.
Come and operate the signal box.
Look at our model railway. It shows the first train we ever ran.
A steam locomotive leaving Sheffield Park.
Come and explore the museum! You are welcome! These are some of the amazing things you can do:
The Bluebell Railway Museum has one of the finest collections of material recording the history of railways in Southern England. It is regularly visited by railway enthusiasts and researchers from the UK and overseas.
Do you have a railway story to tell? If so, you may like to add it to our 'Your History' archive.
See Your History