Steam Locomotive Museum
The museum is located in Reşiţa, Caraş-Severin county, on Calea Timişoarei - Triaj Area.
It is an open-air museum and can be visited 24 hours a day.
Entrance fee: No.
Official site: www.mlaresita.org
The Steam Locomotive Museum was opened in 1972 to celebrate 100 years of production of steam locomotives in Reşiţa.
There are 16 locomotives that can be admired in the park’s museum and 14 of them were built in Reşiţa in different periods of time.
The most valuable is the RESICZA locomotive, among the first steam locomotives in the South-Eastern Europe.
The steam locomotive production in Reşiţa ended in 1964, after 233 years of activity and a production of over 1491 steam locomotives. The exhibits in the museum reflect the glorious past of Reşiţa.
Did you know?
The Steam Locomotive Museum is the largest outdoor technical museum in Europe.
The park-museum is well taken care of and the exhibits are supervised by security agents.
At the entrance you will find an informative panel.