Dover Transport Museum
Tel: 01304 822409
Registered Charity No. 289484
Registered in England No. 1690404
Dover Transport Museum is a registered charity and the only museum of its kind in Kent.
The museum is home to many forms of vintage transport and also features vintage shop fronts displaying the kind of items that were familiar to our young visitors' grandparents and great grandparents.
With a large visitor operated model railway and a taxi & bus hunt for children, a visit to the museum makes a memorable family day out.
Don't forget our newly refurbished Tram Stop Café it's well worth a visit.
Excellent bacon rolls, toasted panini or sandwiches with a variety of fillings, and our superb home made cakes
Discover what life was like years ago...
Our two large exhibition halls house recreated street scenes of old Dover that will stir the memories of many older visitors and give younger ones a glimpse of how things used to be.
The main attractions include:
Channel Tunnel memorabilia collected during the build mainly with TML at Shakespeare cliffs,
and items from the inauguration in 1994 - you will find this new display is in the newly refurbished classroom
*Vintage Garage & Motorcycle Shop*
*Dover Car Ferry & Train Ferry Memorabilia*
*5" Gauge Railway*
*Bygone Street Scenes*
*Romany Life Display*
Dover Transport Museum is a charitable trust run by members of the Dover Transport Museum Society.
You can find out how to become a Society member by following the “Supporting” link.
*Due to rotation of displays, the exhibits illustrated on this website may not be available at the time of your visit*
(click on the posters to view larger images)