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Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Whisby Road | North Hykeham, Lincoln LN6 3QT, England
+44 1522 500566
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Interesting visit

We spent a couple of hours here. If you are interested in vintage vehicles then this place is well... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fee19
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Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Half day out

While on a camping holiday at Lincolnshire Lanes thought we would have a look at a few old buses, I... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2017
Peter F
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Solihull, United Kingdom
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The museum houses a collection of over 65 vintage cars, buses and commercial vehicles spanning over 80 years of road transport history. There are also many interesting displays of transport history. May to September (inclusive) - open Sunday to Friday October to April (inclusive) - open Sunday afternoons, Easter Monday and Mon - Fri in October 'Half Term' Week. Special events 'Transport Festival' event Easter Sunday and first Sunday in November (special charges may apply and 'park and ride' bus from nearby will run for Open Day events) and August Bank Holiday Monday (Car Running Day) - see our website for other special events. The museum - including toilets - is wheelchair accessible, and there are reserved 'disabled person' parking bays. Toilets have baby changing facilities. Admission 5 pounds adults, accompanied children free (may vary for special events.) Assistance dogs are welcome, but regret that other dogs are not allowed on the premises. Group / school visits / coach parties welcome by arrangement, either during regular opening hours or at other times (please phone or e-mail us.) See our website for more.
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Whisby Road | North Hykeham, Lincoln LN6 3QT, England
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+44 1522 500566
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent a couple of hours here. If you are interested in vintage vehicles then this place is well worth a visit. There was a quiz for younger children to do and admission was £5 for adults and children were free.

Thank Fee19
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

While on a camping holiday at Lincolnshire Lanes thought we would have a look at a few old buses, I served my time as a diesel fitter.I was impressed with the welcome we got and the cleanliness of the place.They have a good cross section...More

1  Thank Peter F
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We went on a free open day for attractions in Lincolnshire. I expect I would have paid anyway as it is a most interesting place. As others have said, you need to read the guide and tie that up with the exhibits. Unfortunately having read...More

1  Thank Welltravelled56
Reviewed 3 January 2017

This little museum has some very interesting exhibits, especially busses and trucks, but unfortunately space is limited and the vehicles are not very accessible. The lighting could also be improved.

2  Thank Oliver M
Reviewed 10 November 2016

I visited this Museum last Sunday for one of their big running day events and i can honestly say that it has to be one of the best Transport events that anyone could wish to attend, although there are a couple of other Museum's who...More

3  Thank COVENTRY-TRANSPORT
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Although this attraction was closed on the day we visited, the gentleman who was working there showed us around. So many vintage buses, cars, bikes, motor bikes and more to see. Will definitely return in the summer.

1  Thank Breezer222
Reviewed 19 October 2016

This is a well presnted, clean and tidy bus museum. The staff are friendly and helpful. Even as someone who isn't a bus enthusiast, this was an ok museum.

Thank Hooligan-59
Reviewed 17 October 2016

We were fortunate enough on the day we went to be able to have a ride in a Jaguar SS, it was a wonderful experience.

Thank Guiderjo
Reviewed 3 October 2016

what a great and warm welcome received on arrival ,what an fantastic little museum that focusing on the local area with buses and other vehicles . the people that work there have a real passion for it and are happy to help with any information...More

1  Thank Citroen2CV6
Reviewed 17 August 2016

I was a little disappointed with the presentation of the exhibits. All crowded together and unavailable to get down between the exhibits. But space costs money. The work that has been done on the vehicles is brilliant. The guide book is a must for the...More

1  Thank JAB579
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jje357
27 July 2016|
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Response from LincsRTM | Property representative |
Thanks for the enquiry, and apologies for the delay in getting back to you - only saw a notification this week. In answer to your question, regret that we can no longer allow dogs in to the Museum or on our vehicles at... More
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Jamboe
12 September 2015|
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Response from LincsRTM | Property representative |
Thanks for your enquiry. Yes, there is a car park at the Museum (no charge for parking) On very busy days it may be necessary to park at a neighbouring site, and at our 'Open Day' special events we run a 'park and ride... More
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