Welcome to Dundee Museum of Transport

For some considerable time a number of independent groups and individuals have been quietly acquiring and preserving our local transport heritage. In February 2010 representatives from several local groups met with a view to establishing Dundee Museum of Transport (DMofT) and, on 2 June 2010, we were granted charitable status.

On Saturday 26 April 2014 Dundee Museum of Transport opened to the public for the very first time to showcase the previously hidden transport heritage of Tayside and beyond and is currently based in temporary premises at Market Mews, Dundee.

On Thursday 6 November 2014 we were finally able to announce that we had successfully acquired the former Maryfield Tram Depot in Forfar Road Dundee which will become our long-term home. A huge amount of work and considerable funds are required to bring this iconic building back to its original glory. In the meantime we will continue to develop our temporary premises at Market Mews.

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Opening Times (Summer)

Tuesday to Sunday
Open: 10.30am to 3.30pm

Public and School Holidays
Check here prior to visiting for holiday opening times

Last admission 30 mins before closing
Recommended visiting time 1 hour


Adult (16 and over): £3
Accompanied child (5 to 15): £1
Members and under 5s: FREE

Buy on arrival, valid on day of purchase.


Single membership: £15
Family membership: £25

Valid until 31 March 2016. Click to join


Dundee Museum of Transport
Unit 10 Market Mews
Market Street

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Telephone: 01382 455196

Email: info@dmoft.co.uk

Public transport information

The closest bus stops to Dundee Museum of Transport are located on Broughty Ferry Road from where it is only a short walk to our premises which are down a slight hill.

From Dundee: Broughty Ferry Road at South Baffin Street – click for timetable
To Dundee: Broughty Ferry Road opposite South Baffin Street – click for timetable

Full details can be found on the Dundee Travelinfo website