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North West Museum of Road Transport, St Helens

(4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • If you are interested in Transport then this is a place to visit. Whilst mainly the exhibits seem to be Buses there are Cars, Vans and larger Commercial vehicles to see. Also there are such things as ...  more »
  • Volunteer run and in what was a bus depot. A fine collection of public transport vehicles plus a number of cars (mainly 60s vintage) and a number of artifacts. A 50s vintage TV and a comptometer took ...  more »
  • I visited this museum at the beginning of March. It is the ideal place to visit if you want to see many of the old buses that would take us off to school in our younger days. This is where our grand c...  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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