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We are currently closed for the winter and re open on Sunday 7th April 2019. We will then be open Sundays, Wednesdays Thursdays and Bank Holidays from 10am until 4pm. we clse again for the winter on Sundau November 3rd 2019
All reviews drivers seat southern vectis check opening times free attraction st johns on display great collection well worth a visit brought back memories double decker transport history free cup of tea run by volunteers restoration work related items great place to take the kids free entrance
Really good ideas , Very nice people that run the run the attraction, Tea Coffee cakes all available Access to the buses are good fun for the kids and adults. Run a Beer and Buses weekend always good. Plenty parking with some really old Buses...More
The bus museum is another walk down memory lane. Malta is the only island I've been on other than Isle of Wight that looks after the old buses. It's only 5 yrs since Malta stopped using them.
Most are single decker. It's amazing how many...More
I visited the old museum in newport and although enjoyable a little ramshackle but this new site housed in an old Southern Vectis depot and is in walking distamce from the local train station.
Unlike most museums of the type this is FREE! You are...More
Considering its location this is a reasonable collection of buses and coaches. But to get the most out of it you need to read the information. Otherwise you might miss the bus with 2 driver seats to allow it to be requisitioned and directed by...More
This is a really good place to visit, whether you are a bus enthusiast or not. First the opening times are seasonal, and it closed st the end of October for the winter. It is free to enter the museum, all run by volunteers. There...More
We visited as a family and it is great, nice friendly staff, a nice shop selling new stuff and second-hand bus equipment and uniform, my Autistic Son brought a ticket machine which he loves. We loved the buses and the displays. The exhibition at the...More
Dropped by today on there last day of the year, great little museum, not that big but some nice buses little kids and big kids are welcome to sit in some of the drivers seats also most of the buses are open to sit get...More
But an excellent representation of the public transport on the island. No entrance fee... but they do like donations. Lovely little cafe on sight with cheap drinks and limited eats.
Nice way to spend an hour or so if you are a sad bus type...More
After a very disappointing start it turned out OK. We had travelled over to the isle of wight specifically for the two days of the bus fest. On day one (Saturday)which was a lovely sunny day we decided to start by going to the museum...More