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*** WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR WINTER *** Re-opens on 20th March 2019 The museum is home to over 90 buses. Midland Red, WMPTE blue and cream and the corporation fleets from Birmingham, Walsall, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton are all represented, plus...more
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I visited the museum yesterday on an organised educational trip and what a fab day we had. The enthusiasm of the volunteers is infectious and it was lovely to hear some of their personal stories bringing the museum to life. A lovely day was had...More
In my opinion a sign of a great day out is when your son (age 4) wakes up the next morning and can't stop talking about the transport museum to anyone who would listen! From fire engine bells to milk floats and everything inbetween. The...More
Wythall Transport Museum is a fabulous museum for transport enthusiasts. We went as a family taking our kids ages 11 years and 17 years. They loved it. They sat in fire enjoys, enjoyed the talks and the cafe and even went for a ride on...More
I booked a group of 60 kids and adults for a day trip to the museum and cannot praise the volunteers highly enough. They knew just where to pitch some of the fabulous stories and exhibits to entertain and educate all ages, we spent the...More
Well worth a visit especially on a day when there is a bus trip running and the minature railway is open. We were disappointed with the cafe when we went for lunch although there was a list of sandwiches none was available. We had to...More
Lovely day out. Very tidy place that is very well presented. Loads of vintage vehicles to see. Sale didn't see all of it as weren't sure if we was allowed in certain areas of the sheds. But my son enjoyed himself and that was the...More
Have been a bus enthusiast for many years, so why have I never discovered this place before.
I went for the Bank Holiday Monday running day and easily found the museum off the M42, however on busy days car parking is at a site a...More
The museum contains a vast range f historic buses, and some other vehicles, plus extensive displays relating to all aspects of urban public transport in the last century. Whilst planning a visit, check that the twice daily historic bus ride is available; this is exceptionally...More
Note that the museum is now closed for winter and re-opens in April 2017. There is full disabled access to the two main display halls, the cafe and shop. There are disabled parking bays and a disabled toilet. The Shire... More
Note that the museum is now closed for winter and re-opens in April 2017. There is full disabled access to the two main display halls, the cafe and shop. There are disabled parking bays and a disabled toilet. The Shire Hall, which is the main workshop area and garage has closely parked vehicles which can restrict access on some days.