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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
This place is fantastic!!! There's so much to see and it doesn't cost a single penny. I could have stayed all day.
Parking is limited in the area, so find a long stay carpark nearby (none are that expensive in hull). It's in the old...More
Lots to see with a wide selection of things on display from bikes to caridges. Free to visit with donation boxes throughout and there are quite a few other museums all in the same area.
I would recommend for a wet day visit with kids
Date of experience: February 2019
HCandLHelp, Public Relations Manager at Streetlife Museum of Transport, responded to this reviewResponded 11 February 2019
Thank you for your positive review. We always love to hear that our visitors had an enjoyable experience. We hope to welcome you back to our museums in the future (no need to wait for it to rain though)!!
I loved this museum, a grand place and lots to see over a good space and brings back memories of earlier days gone by, a very good indoor place if the weather turns wet, I wasn't expecting such a lovely place and free entry, add...More
Lovely little museum. Free to enter although we'd have happily paid.
Well laid out with a fascinating collection of vehicles and carriages. We've been to a number of transport museums and can safely say this place has some exhibits that we've not seen elsewhere.
This has a number of locally relevant exhibits and whilst not a huge collection is well laid out. It is ideal for children and is close to a number of other worthwhile places to visit. Great area of the city
We visited this museum during a walk around town with our toddler in her pram. She fell asleep during the visit however I'll be returning when the weather improves as it was very family friendly. The staff were all really polite and went out of...More