Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum set to re-open on May 30th
Come and experience life in the mid twentieth century – Wait at the bus shelter before boarding the trolleybus, pay your old penny to ride on the original carbon neutral transport, that was once a form of transport in the capital as well as many towns and cities across the country.
There are lots of other things beside trolleybus rides to discover, there’s a 1950's prefab home and shop, Sunbeam Cycle Shop, the Toy Museum inside the Pelham building, museum shop selling models books and transport related memorabilia.
Outside there is a children’s play area, gardens and a nature trail.
If you’re feeling peckish you have the choice of using the picnic area or visiting the five star café where allergies and special dietary needs are catered for.
In motion trolleybuses are extremely quiet so remember to take extra care and please ask for assistance if you have any questions.
Please be aware that not all surfaces on site are wheelchair friendly and there is only limited access inside the main trolleybus depot building with the Museum’s collection of vehicles parked closely together.
On arrival free parking is available with designated disabled parking closer to the entrance building. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at the Museum. All dogs must be kept on a lead and can ride on trolleybuses but other access is restricted.
Classic car clubs or visitors and their relevant related transport are always welcome, just download an entry form and send it so we can make arrangements for your arrival.
The Museum is always developing its attractions and one exciting pending attraction will include the seven and a quarter inch Ise Valley Railway, complete with running stock, kindly donated by its owner Francis Terry from Kettering.
Feedback is always welcome so after your visit, why not share your comments/suggestions by email?
Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum Belton Road, Sandtoft, Doncaster, North Lincolnshire, DN8 5SX.