We are excited to announce the launch of our new annual passes! The annual passes offer great value for families, couples and adults as they can be used all year round and are valid during our special day-time events including the Steam Weekends, Bus & Coach Day and Emergency Vehicle Day.
Passes can be purchased at the museum or in our online shop here: https://www.dmoft.co.uk/product-category/annual-pass/
The team at Dundee Museum of Transport would like to thank members, volunteers and invited guests for coming along on a very chilly day yesterday, Friday 1st February, to get a sneak preview of the new displays for 2019 and to hear about the museum and it’s future plans.
Following a welcome address by the Museum Chair John Letford MBE, Museum Manager Samantha Walker provided an overview of the museum and its activities in recent years. With visitor numbers increasing by over 20% year-on-year, greater volunteer involvement and new and continuing partnerships with local organisations, the museum is going from strength-to-strength.
The Museum’s Vice-Chair, Peter Webber, then provided an update on the Maryfield Tram Depot project.
Following consultations with the local community, members and volunteers and other key supporters, a new, phased development was announced that would see the former tram depot brought back to life as a museum.
To provide a full picture of the proposal, www.maryfieldtramdepot.org was officially launched. The museum team felt it was important for this project to have a dedicated website that could be updated as the project develops and also provide a forum for our supporters to share their views and ideas.
We would once again like to thank all those who attended the reception and are looking forward to meeting the thousands of visitors that we will welcome in 2019. We would also like to thank our amazing volunteers for the weeks of hard work in preparing the museum for the season ahead and for the hospitality that they provided during our re-opening reception.
The Museum is now open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am – 3:30pm (last admission 3pm) this February and then open daily (except Tuesdays) from 1st March.
Dundee Museum of Transport is delighted to announce that it is taking part in the National Lottery ‘thank you’ campaign this December! On the 13th, 16th and 17th December the museum will be FREE to any adult visitor that presents a National Lottery ticket during our normal opening hours of 10:30am – 3:30pm.
There are 400+ free offers taking place between the 11th and the 17th of December for National Lottery players – check-out this interactive map for details:
We are now in a position to offer a mechanical repair and recovery service. Stuart Atkinson is now working from our Seagate workshops offering a wide range of services from repairs to maintenance. We also offer a trailer recovery service.
We have enjoyed an increase in our visitor numbers over October and have therefore decided to delay our move into winter hours by one week! You can visit any day this week between the hours of 10:30am and 3:30pm.
From Monday 7th November we will move to our winter season. The museum will be open on a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 10:30am – 3:30pm until 28th February 2017.
If you would like to visit the museum outside of these hours, please get in touch by calling 01382 455196 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – we are more than happy to continue booking in visits outside of our normal opening hours.
After a very busy week when we have literally welcomed thousands of visitors to our newly-opened Museum we have now added some photographs from the Opening Weekend event to the Events Photographs 2014 page.
Also on this page is a video previewing some of Museum’s exhibits currently on display, courtesy of Alan Richardson.
Don’t forget that when you take out a Museum membership you get unlimited free admission until 31 March 2015!
We are delighted that Stagecoach has agreed to operate a free vintage bus service from Dundee Bus Station to Dundee Museum of Transport on both Saturday 26 April and Sunday 27 April 2014.
On Sunday 27 April 2014 only Stagecoach will run a second linked vintage bus service between Dundee Bus Station and St. Andrews. The duplicates on Service 99 are available to the general public as well as visitors to the Museum. All normal Stagecoach tickets for Service 99, including any Day or Megariders, are valid or can be bought on this bus from the conductor, and any concession passes are also valid as usual.
So for one day only you can travel from the Museum to St. Andrews and back on vintage buses as we turn the clock back and allow you not only to see, but travel on, our transport heritage.
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Remember – get in fast & free on both days when you become a member before 25 April 2014.