About the Museum

Our Museum includes a variety of items large and small connected to road transport in the area, as well as a number of items of street furniture from the eras our vehicles were an everyday sight on the County's streets, and a re-creation of a 1950s/60s village garage workshop. With more and more vehicles being restored at the museum over the last few years, we are now becoming victims of our own success! As all of our members are volunteers (and with time becoming a little less available) we really could do with a few more hands on deck to assist with vehicle servicing for our Open Days in particular, when visitors can see our collection "on the road". We organise a superb classic vehicle rally at Lincoln Castle each Summer and an exhibition at RAF Waddington International Air Show where we also help to move crowds on our vehicles, as well as our two 'Open Days' each Easter and November when many of our vehicles take to the roads. Our buses also take part in a few events through the year involving other local museums and attractions.

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Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum Office

  • Address: Whisby Road, North Hykeham, Lincoln
  • Postcode: LN6 3QT
  • Phone: 01522 689 497
  • URL: www.lvvs.org.uk

Business Hours

  • WINTER - November to April Sundays only 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm • Easter Monday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm • SUMMER - May to October Mon - Fri 12.00 Noon - 4.00 pm • Sundays and Bank Holidays 10.00 am - 4.00 pm • Additional Opening hours may apply at special events.

Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

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