Canterbury Steam Preservation Society Inc.
The Society was formed in 1968 to bring together all those interested in steam driven machinery of all types and in preserving and exhibiting such machinery.
Open to the public
The Steam Museum is be open to the public with exhibits operating on the 1st Sunday of every month 10.00am-3.00pm, steam train and a traction engine will be running also, depending on fire restrictions in the area.
Steam train and traction engine rides are available at reasonable family prices so they can be enjoyed by all ages.
The Steam museum, considered to be one of the best around, displays working exhibits of the type of engines used in industries during the age of steam. These engines have been faithfully restored to as close to original as possible, the museum is a must see.
All operate on the first Sunday of every month 11.00am-4.00pm.
Volunteers to help maintain and run the park are also welcome.