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Climb aboard at the Streetlife Museum of Transport and enjoy all the sights, sounds and smells of the past. Admission to the Streetlife Museum is free. Experience 200 years of transport history as you walk down a 1940's high street, board a tram or...more
All reviews carriage ride signal box well worth a visit old cars horse drawn laughing policeman street scene all ages free entry trip down memory lane couple of hours step back in time free attraction old town great place to visit arctic corsair few hours
Called in after visiting the Maritime museum. Again this museum is free (but donations welcome). It's in the museums quarter, ie there are 4 museums close together. There is everything here from one of the first ice cream vans in Hull, to the first horse...More
This is an excellent local museum in the museums quarter of Hull (UK City of Culture 2017). A wide range of exhibits inducing trains, trolley buses and a river barge as well as a whole host of smaller items. This is a great place to...More
Free entry. Displays are brilliant. Simulated car ride in vintage car excellent for £1. Horse drawn carriage ride upstairs is very good too to entertain the kids. Well laid out and diverse displays. Could easily spend a full morning or afternoon there.
This was our second visit to the museum having visited a few years previously. Made to feel very welcome by the gentleman on reception despite us being dripping wet. The museum is packed full of exhibits and information and has something for everyone. A great...More
The Museum has a fabulous collection of vehicles, small and large from a long time window - along with relevant displays and paraphernalia. Sitting in a horse drawn stagecoach, in the dark with a flickering lantern while it jostles around to the sound of horses...More
Took our granddaughter during school holidays and she enjoyed it.
It's free and well worth going round to see all the exhibits.
There's old vehicles, trams and shops to look inside.
You can go in the trams and listen to the audio of what it...More