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North West Museum of Road Transport, St Helens

(4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • A great place to visit on a trip to St Helens. Just outside the centre near the walk in centre. Parking outside. Good on a rainy day and time to take in the vast array of vehicles. 
  • I've been here a few times and each time spend longer and longer. I'm not a bus nutter by any stretch of the imagination, but the collection here sparks that small area of my brain marked nostalgia an...  more »
  • I took my son here as he's keen on buses he is aged 8 and overall he enjoyed it. The prices are reasonable but in fairness it's not a big place and you could only last 1-2hrs max there. Lots of buses ...  more »
  • This is a great place for any transport enthusiast. I have been a number of times, as a child and with my boys. Each time there appears to be something we missed the last. Plus, the museum is very happy to let anyone pretend they are a passenger from the past. I would also recommend the monthly transport expeditions, they have a leaflet about this. All in all, it is worth a visit.
  • Visited here twice and on the second visit i became a member, simply put, there's load of old memory's to be had in this place, in more ways than one its a blast from the past. Wile there i met some great people who will talk to you for hours about the history of the various things in there and there is a model railway group that are there on certain days, as a newby to model rail that interested me as well so for me its a 2 for 1 bonus!
  • Plenty of nostalgia for the bus enthusiasts. Mostly buses but a few lorries and cars in the mix. Interesting story behind the green double decker used as a camper. Probably not worth taking the family unless you are transport enthusiasts. Ok for an hour two to kill time. Staff not happy looking or very enthusiastic but if asked a question I'm sure they would have a wealth of knowledge about the exhibits.
  • Full of enthusiasm & nostalgia. Well worth a visit
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