James Hall transport museum

 James Hall Transport museum of Johannesburg up ahead <sup>1</sup>

James Hall Transport museum of Johannesburg up ahead 1
Africa's largest transport museum — showing a collection of all the land based means of transport from South Africa's past years.

It is housed inside four large halls with a roofed courtyard at the centre, with everything from the ox - drawn wagons and horse carts used by the earliest Dutch settlers to bicycles, motorcycles, vehicles, trams, as well as steam, diesel and electric trains.

There also are a number of related memorabilia, and a souvenir shop.

It was formed in 1964 by the late James Hall and the city of Johannesburg.

What to do thereExplore the museum, see the country's past transport methods or go sight seeing, picnics and barbecues at the park nearby.

Or buy some souvenirs.

Best time to visitAny time of the year.

Location of James Hall transport museumIn Johannesburg's CBD, next to Pioneers park and the Wemmer pan.

How to get thereBy walking, cycling, vehicle, bus, train.

There is a train station nearby as well as several airports within the city's limits.

How to get there1. By Ossewa - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72985492

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