Aston Manor Road Transport Museum
About The Aston Manor Road Transport Museum
Aston Manor Road Transport Museum houses a collection of historic and classic vehicles and related exhibits that will bring back memories of a bygone era. See how transport in the Midlands has evolved from the 1900s to the present day, all in the original setting of a Birmingham Tram Depot. Aston Manor Road Transport Museum hosts regular events throughout the year, including open days with visiting vehicles attending, and running a vintage bus service. Collectors fairs are also a common event. Originally housed at the Witton Tram Shed, the Aston Manor Road Transport Museum opened in 1992. The museum moved to Aldridge in 2011, where it is being developed with ambitious plans. Aston Manor Road Transport Museum aim to show you a wide range of buses, commercial vehicles, private cars and items of transport memorabilia that have a Midlands connection. This area was once a big manufacturer of vehicles which included famous names like Austin, Daimler, Guy and Sunbeam, as well as the amazing Midland Red who built their own buses up to 1970. A wide range of event days are put on throughout the year - mainly during the Summer months. Some of these are aimed at vehicle enthusiasts, some are for families and some have a historical flavour. At most events, free buses are available for trips and for transport to and from local centres and car parks. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
Aston Manor Transport Museum will be opening to the public regularly from Tuesday, 2nd July 2013 onwards. We will be open from 10:30 to 16:00 each Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday; admission charges will be £3 adult, £2 children and £8 family tickets.
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Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
208-216 Witton Lane, Birmingham, B6 6QE
0121 322 2298