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The museum is a private and loaned collection housed in a lovely old dairy farm. Three decent sized rooms with maybe 30 cars, loads of bits and bobs and a nice sprinkling of motorbikes and cycles. Nothing really flash, but all stuff I knew when...More
The admission price was very reasonable & the majority of the exhibits had their history displayed. Most of the vehicles were not restored & in their original condition. Neither were they "roped off" & therefore could be examined in detail.
Saw the sign for the museum on our way to North Berwick and decided to go if nothing better to do one day. So glad we made the effort. What an amazing place and much bigger inside than it looks. Packed with vehicles and accessories....More
As one of our visits to the area we found a wee gem .Not far from Aberlady lies this small but well rounded car museum. Its got lots of old cars including a roller( silver cloud). Lots of car parts ,signs as well as old...More
I visited back in July after seeing a sign on the way back from Edinburgh, I thought I would seek it out and have a look. We eventually found it to our delight and just managed to have a half wander round before they closed,...More
My son and I stumbled upon this museum whilst driving around. It is a little pricey to go in but what a wonderful surprise that you get. I saw the car that I passed my driving test in in 1961, a Wolseley 1500 and just...More
Hi - thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately Myreton is not on any bus routes. Nearest town with a train station is Drem and you could get a cab from there. Alternatively, Haddington is 4 miles away and there is probably... More
Hi - thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately Myreton is not on any bus routes. Nearest town with a train station is Drem and you could get a cab from there. Alternatively, Haddington is 4 miles away and there is probably a service from there into Aberlady itself but the museum is a good half hours walk from there at least and country roads nearly all of the route. I do hope you manage to work something out as I am sure you would enjoy it.