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We made our way here as one of the stops on a bachelors as he is an avid classic car fan, as am I (but not to the same extent as he is). The place is quite out of the way from most attractions so...More
We try to do the ‘tourist in your own city’ thing on long weekends. Have driven past many times. Finally went in today. Looks like a bit of a throwback to the 70’s but what a pleasure. The staff is friendly and helpful. The exhibits...More
The museum has some really good displays and it was wonderful to see them. Entrance is free and the place seems to run on donations. The sad part is that the museum is not properly maintained. Upstairs all the display cases had dust on them...More
If you are at all interested in transport of the history of transport then this excellent museum is worth a visit, Take the Red tourist bus tour and allow an hour ... A good collection of trans and cars - and a couple of steam...More
My wife found this museum after a Google search..we wanted to take our 3 year old vehicle enthusiast to someplace other than a park or the zoo. We took a chance on this place especially since its located in a not so happening part of...More
Lots of vintage cars, bicycles, motorbikes, trams, buses, fire engines, carriages. Well laid out with plenty of walking space. Although some is up some stairs, those who are physically disabled could still see plenty of the museum without going up stairs. Ground floor areas are...More
Wasn't aware of the museum until passing it on the Hop on/Hop off bus and stopped on our second day. It was one man's collection and contains types of transport including a london bus. It's run by volunteers and they were extremely helpful and very...More