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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
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
This is. Fantastic takes you back to the older days and everything is so well presented . It was my first visit and I would recommend it. Go all visitors to hull and any hull people who have not been your miss ing a trea...More
We were visiting Hull with our student daughter and took a trip to this museum. We all enjoyed looking round everything and finding out more about Hull's history. There was plenty to interest all of us ( even a hard to impress twenty-something) and the...More
Called at this attraction with my wife whilst in Hull. Firstly the attraction is free (although a donation can be and was left). There is something for everyone. Trams, trains, vintage cars and motorcycles, replica stables, bicycles, even an aeroplane! Every corner opens up a...More
A great run through vehicular history with plenty of local information. Lots of vehicles for kids to climb on. The “coach ride” may seem low-tech from the outside but it was gave us all a clearer impression of what coach travellers experienced in the past.