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British Commercial Vehicle Museum

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British Commercial Vehicle Museum

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Peter C wrote a review Oct 2020
Wallsend, United Kingdom392 contributions225 helpful votes
Excellent place to visit. The volunteers are excellent. A very wide range of commercial vehicles from a number of decades. My wife loved being able to sit in the Pope's seat in the Popemobile. Well worth a bvisit.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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amandacL8872WZ wrote a review Sep 2020
Preston, United Kingdom27 contributions3 helpful votes
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Had a day out with the family and nipped into the museum. What an amazing place the care that has gone into preserving these old vehicles is outstanding. To see so many flawless examples of how transport has changed through the years is a spectacular thing. There's so much to see you need a good couple if hours in there. There's onsite parking, good disabled access, a small cafe, gift shop, and a interaction zone for the kids at the back. The staff are friendly and welcoming and are happy to answer whatever questions they can on the exhibits. There are touch screen display dotted around with information in some of the vehicles which due to covid we were provided with a pencil and asked to use the rubber end to you them. Good covid practice being followed there sanitizer, gloves and masks provided at the door, and notice all around about social distancing. All in all good value for money
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Date of experience: September 2020
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johnLmerseyside wrote a review Sep 2020
Merseyside, United Kingdom582 contributions107 helpful votes
Visited the British Commercial Museum and it was a fantastic collection of all types of transport from the past right up to the present , all imaculately preserved
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John E wrote a review Sep 2020
Sutton, United Kingdom8 contributions
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Visited the British Commercial Museum and it was a fantastic collection of all types of transport from the past right up to the present , all imaculately preserved
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lindsay S wrote a review Sep 2020
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom99 contributions54 helpful votes
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We’re on holiday in The Forest of Bowland and on Thursday the weather forecast was quite bad. Looking for something to do indoors we came across this Museum. I’m so glad we did, what a fascinating place. Easy to get to with good parking. The entrance price was reasonable and the Covid precautions really good. Hand sanitiser in lots of locations and a one way system. The cafe was also well run with a good selection and table service. The exhibits are interesting with lots of interactive screens that they ask you to touch using the rubber end of a pencil ( collect yours at the entrance) There’s a nice little gift shop at the end of the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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