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Do not be put off by the rather Basic, Plain, almost commercial Facade to this venue.
Once you enter, you are "Transported into a magical world of old and varied exhibits and i am not talking about the Brilliant guides Geoff and Michael.
I took my 3yr old twin boys on a Tuesday and they absolutely loved it. Only £8 in (free for under 4s so only had to pay for me), loads of different vehicles for them to look at and can play inside some of them....More
Had some great vehicles to get in and take photos on for instance the fire truck could be sat in, the bell rang and a fire helmet worn which was great for kids and adults. Lots of information about Leyland people and Leyland trucks. The...More
I visited with my son and one of my grandsons. It was a short journey from Warrington, 70 miles for the round trip. It is very easy to find, junction 28 of the M6. It is very well signposted from the M6. We parked in...More
Saw this after looking at weather for somewhere to go. Very interesting . We thought it was a lot bigger than it was £8 to get in, reasonable. Ideal for young children also.
All in very good condition.
Clean and tidy, small car park but...More
My husband and I visited with our vehicle mad three year old grandson. The vehicles on view were varied and brilliantly preserved. They ranged from scale models of lorries to a pope mobile! Our grandson was extremely talken with the fredricks ice cream van and...More
Didn't know what to expect but decided to take our friend who loves technical and engineering things and anything to do with transport. It was very easy to find from Junction 28 of the M6.
It is housed in a new building and has good...More
Having drove down from Scotland to visit the museum I was rather disappointed in how small it was...could literally walk around it in 15 minutes...
Only around 30 vehicles approx, 1 or 2 interesting vehicles, but at £8 to get in I feel its a...More