New Forward Plan 2020 – 2025

Dundee Museum of Transport is looking to the future.  Find out about our long-term plans in our a new Forward Plan for the next 5 years, 2020 – 2025. The plan will inevitably evolve and grow over the next five years but the one constant that we need is you! Your comments, suggestions and messages […]

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A New Home: Former Maryfield Tram Depot Project Update

Dundee Museum of Transport members enjoyed an evening reception this week, with new plans and an update on the progress of the former Maryfield Tram Depot development project. Andrew Black of Andrew Black Design Architects provided an overview and rationale for the new plans. Following consultation with members, residents and interest parties earlier this year, […]

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Our response to The Courier article dated 19th November 2018

Dundee Museum of Transport Trust would like to respond to several errors in yesterday’s article published in The Courier. The Museum was formed 8 years ago, not 18, as stated in the article. The Trustees are currently working with existing funders and contractors to make the former Maryfield Tram Depot safe. No scaffolding or security measures were […]

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Visit at the Scottish Fisheries Museum

  Situated in a wee and beautiful harbour in the town of Anstruther, the Scottish Fisheries Museum has been running since 1969. We went to visit as, like us, this museum is an independent Trust but it is much more developed. Our volunteers and staff found the visit really interesting – we found out about how they manage their collections and took inspiration from their […]

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Spring/Summer 2016 Season Begins!

We are now open Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am to 3.30pm here at Dundee Museum of Transport at Market Mews! Admission charges for this season are £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per child and we now have a family ticket for £10.00 which allows access for 2 adults and 2 children. We have a lot planned this year, with many new exhibitions- […]

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Dundee Museum of Transport wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

Today, Dundee Museum of Transport (DMofT) has received £10,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to aid the development and to establish a permanent home for the recently-opened museum in Market Street, Dundee. Led solely by volunteers from the local community, the organisation focuses on the restoring, preserving and displaying regional transport-related memorabilia and vehicles, […]

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