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Wasn't that keen to go in , free admission just a donation. Turned out to be a pleasant tour,informal friendly and yes worth getting of the hop on hop off bus. Enjoyable 30mins if you have kids with you something they would enjoy.
If you love vintage cars (to see atleast!!), then this place is a heaven. All British era cars, buses, trams, bikes and even bicycles and horse carts, takes you literally through that era. All these old vehicles are very well maintained. This is one of...More
I spent around an hour here today looking around, there are actually six exhibit areas, it is a very big space. It is one of the stops on the CitySightseeing bus. Kids would probably enjoy it, for the wide variety of antique cars, bikes, horse-drawn...More
Interesting and educational best sums up the James Hall Museum of Transport. Showcasing the history of various forms of transportation from the days of the carriage to the era of the motor car, the exhibits at the James Hall Transport Museum are well maintained and...More
No problem with parking. Very few visitors as weather was bad. Mostly under roof and if the lift is operational, wheelchair assasible to all exibits. If lift is out of order, the top section where most horse drawn vehicle are exibited is not acessable. SAD...More
They re focused on cars, buses trams. The trains collections very small while the cars much better then in may places in Europe. On same days (maybe on per quarter) it is possibility to ride old car, for me was Ford-T. You can also see...More
The museum is on the city sightseeing tour bus route. You can easily hop off to take a look around. The museum has got a few interesting things to look at including old fire engines, double decker buses and an old wagon used at Rorke's...More