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Transport Museum at Wythall

Chapel Lane, Wythall, West Midlands, B47 6JA

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Transport Museum at Wythall

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Welcome to the Transport Museum at Wythall. This museum is situated in North Worcestershire, just to the south of Birmingham near to M42 Junction 3 so it is well placed for visitors from the West Midlands and further afield. 

The Transport Museum have an extensive collection of buses, specialising in vehicles from the City of Birmingham and the West Midlands area and Europe’s largest collection of battery electric vehicles – remember the old milk floats and bread vans? The museum also have a ride-on miniature railway, cafe, shop and kids kabin activity area so that at least parents can relax for a while!

The museum also plays host to a wide range of events and open days. These can be viewed here: http://www.wythall.org.uk/eventdays.asp

For opening times follow this link: http://www.wythall.org.uk/opening.asp


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