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Well we went past it and wasn't 100% sure if we were going to bother with it! But went in side as it is entrance by donation which really surprised us! As it is a huge area with a lot on display across 4 large...More
Not many info boards but a nice assortment of vehicles. Easy parking. Negative reviews on here seem to come from those who wouldn't have visited a transport museum excerpt that the hop on hop off tour bus stopped here.
Hi, we visited the James Hall Museum on the 9 August. Was our first visit with our 4 yr old son. We had a lovely experience. Our little one was very excited to see all the different modes of transport. He is crazy about cars...More
We had 30 mins here before the our next hop-on hop-off bus arrived. That was enough time to look over their collection and have a toilet break. The museum is free. There are some interesting cars but overall a very small collection with limited information...More
We stopped here as a part of the red city bus tour. We had 40 minutes between stops and they honestly could not have passed fast enough. You can see everything the museum has to offer in 15 minutes. Staff is rude, collection dusty, toilets...More
a lovely little museum, with transport dating from the 1800s to present day. very interesting to those with a curiosity in the progress of transport. full of interesting, quaint little things. a pleasant stop, takes you back in time effortlessly with each well organised section....More
This was a stop on the Hoho bus & and we went following tripadvisor recommendations.
It is a lovely little museum, nicely laid out with clear & interesting explanations in the carriage area.
Unfortunately the vehicles outside are very dusty which is a pity, however...More
It was great to see all the old transport favorites of yesteryear, but sad to see that not all is receiving the attention in upkeep that they should, before long the old reliables will also be scrap metal of the past.
Can't believe that this attraction is free. There is so much to see and explore that it's well worth an entrance fee. Could use a bit of updating but it's a lot of fun anyway. Great for kids or adults who like cars.