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Dundee Museum of Transport tells the stories of local transport pioneers and innovators as well as displaying vehicles from local and national collections. Come along and learn about Dundee’s tram network, railway and marine history. Look around our...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 15:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Unit E 10 Market Mews Market Street | Market Street, Dundee DD1 3LA, Scotland
Very interesting and informative. The exhibits are in exceptional condition and very helpful staff. Very poignant section on the Tay Rail Bridge disaster. Soon to be on the move and I look forward to going back to see the new spot. I have seen some...More
Went in and was leaving after five minutes. Only vehicle you could touch was the fire engine and no staff to be seen after I paid for the two of us. It would of been more sitting in the car park for 5 minutes.
Paid £5 think we were there 5 mins, it’s like a shed with 3 rooms and a handful of cars/bikes/buses etc if your an enthusiast it may be different but for something to do and just walk around it was n T worth the price...More
My last visit was 3 years ago. This time I was with a different friend. Once again the staff were enthusiastic and helpful. One gave us very detailed directions to the former Maryfield tram depot. This will hopefully be their future home. The building is...More
Went here with the Grandchildren pretty much on a whim while passing and spent an interesting and enjoyable couple of hours. There was enough variety in the exhibits for both the Grandchildren and the Grandparents !!
Although it's run by volunteers and somewhat dependent on...More
Loved coming here today. My kids had a ball. 2 and 4 yr old. They got to see the maggie penguin. They went on a bus, fire engine and loved the train track.
The staff all volunteers were amazing talking to my children interacting with...More
Found out about this place from a fellow camper at campsite in Forfar. Run by volunteers this is a nice compact museum with really nice helpful staff. It was quite when we visited and the 3 kids were allowed to sit in some of the...More