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This Museum is both extensive, Historical and interesting with many of the vehicle collection on display! I went on a closed shed tour so managed to see most of their collection plus many guest vehicles on their annual open days!
The team are very knowledgeable...More
Came to VW show in the grounds of the museum. Loved all the wonderful buses here on display, excellent facilities, nice cafe and the lovely friendly service from the staff. Can’t wait to return again soon 👍
First visit, don’t think it’ll be our last.
Family enjoyed the visit, volunteers were very engaging and enthusiastic. This is a big site, much bigger than I expected. Traveled around from hanger to hanger (shed to shed) in an old Scottish built Hong Kong double...More
Had a friend visiting who love buses, especially Route Masters. As we live approx half an hour away we took him for the day. The staff are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable, the gift shop is a joke and way too expensive for the tack it...More
visited today with my wife and parents as the old man had not been before very cheap entry fee £5 for adults and £3 for concessions they also have a couple of wheel chairs and one mobility scooter which are free to use for the...More
Great day out with our friends and our two 17 month old boys. They loved the bus tour and the train rides. The play bus was great. The staff were so welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable they even let the wee ones sit in the drivers...More
I can definitely recommend the bus museum £5 entry fee is week worth the money you get a guided tour in a bus with the volunteers knowledge is vast and if they don’t know something they will find out for you. I honestly don’t know...More
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Edward T, Public Relations Manager at Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2018
Thank you for your kind comments and look forward to welcoming you at future visits. The reason we do not open during the winter months is due to the fact our sheds do not have heating (way too expensive to install). We could not ask...More
This volunteer-run museum is only open for part of the year and only on a Sunday but it's worth making a special effort to visit if you are at all interested in public transport last century. The museum stretches over a large area and several...More