The museum primarily comprises old buses from across the West Midlands area, and includes many fully preserved examples as well as some undergoing preservation. There is a surprising amount to see, and the main hall is fairly well laid out with room to see all round the exhibits. There are other areas though where vehicles are very tightly packed in.
There are all sorts of other bus-related items, including signs and street furniture, as well as a collection of preserved milk floats (which I think I recall seeing that this was the largest collection of such vehicles anywhere).
I visited on a VERY wet bank holiday, and this was an ideal way to spend a few hours to keep out of the rain, but I'd recommend a visit regardless.
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