The Museum was founded in 1965, and now has over 100 major transport and engineering exhibits, all made or operated in Ipswich and surrounding places.
Ipswich Transport Museum Ltd
Who to contact
Where to go
- Ipswich Transport Museum Ltd
Old Trolleybus Depot
- IP3 9JD
- Area served
- Venue Email
- Venue Website
- Parking details
- Generally available at museum
- Ipswich Buses Route 4 or 30, First Eastern Counties route 77
- Restrictions to access
- Main exhibition hall has level access and accessible WC. Small step to tea room.
The museum is situated in a former trolleybus depot. The main exhibition hall is unheated, but the shop and tea room is heated. The building is well insulated and visitors should feel comfortable wearing a coat or jacket during colder weather. The museum closed season is December to around Easter, where the opportunity is taken to re-arrange displays and undertake improvements.
The entrance, shop, WCs and exhibition areas are predominantly step free.
Days & Times
- Open: April to November Sunday and Bank Holidays, 11 am - 4.00 pm plus local school holidays: Monday to Friday, 1 - 4pm. Other visits by special arrangement. Special events each month-see website fior details.
- Cost Details
- Admission charges apply; reductions for concessions and families
- Age Groups
- Pre-school, Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
- Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet, Audio Loop
- Accreditation website
- Accreditation details
- AccessAble - Link to access guide for Ipswich Transport Museum
Operates a Museum open for around 100 days a year, generally on Sundays and Monday-Friday PM in Easter, Summer and October school holidays
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