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As a fan of anything that moves on wheels, a visit to this museum was a must. Housed in the old Ryde Bus Depot, it's a wonderful collection of buses and coaches that regularly plied the island, plus their associated memorabilia. That includes road signs,...More
Entry to the bus museum is free although I bought the booklet and donated as the volunteers do a wonderful job.
It’s a lovely museum full of loads of old buses most of which you can go on. Really interesting to see some of the...More
A wonderful museum to visit. The buses are very well kept. Lovely to walk around see. Volunteers are very helpful and they willing to talk about the projects that they are working. A nice cuppa tea they serve as well. A very enjoyable place to...More
This attraction is free, they only ask for a donation. There are lots of buses from different eras, most of which you can go in and sit in the drivers chair. As the museum is run by volunteers they are NOT open every day so...More
We visited on a rainy day and were welcomed by a lovely gentleman. Lots of vehicles to reminisce over, some my husband completed his engineering apprenticeship on and some his dad used to run in his company. Great children's area to keep them amused whilst...More
Went there with our little boy (2) who loves all things buses and trains! He screamed in excitement as he saw buses in the car park and was running around the whole time climbing up and down the old buses. It brought out my and...More
Nice museum where is a lot of different buses. When we visited tere we were lucky and we were only customers at moment and a man who worked there gave us private tour and told lot of about different buses. He made our visit really...More