The Railway Museum was Established in 1972 the Museum is situated in the old railway suburb of Raylton just three kilometers from the city center, off Josiah Chinamano Street. On display at the museum are various artifacts rich in Railway history and locomotives used by the NRZ over the years. The museum also has the Rhodes funeral coach which was made specifically for Cecil Rhodes by an American company. The first locomotive to cross the Victoria Falls bridge the Jack Tar is among the major highlights of the rich historical collection. The Museum opens every day of the week from 8am to 4.30pm. Entrance is $2 for adults and $1 for children.