The Spring Spectacular (CANCELLED)

Transport collectors' market

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 March 2020 - 10am to 4.30pm (CANCELLED)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

The government has asked people to stay at home where possible, and to minimise being in public places. Therefore we’ve taken the difficult decision to close to the public with immediate effect, until further notice.

 

We’ll keep this under review and we’ll let you know when we can reopen.

 

Please check here regularly for updates on opening & events.

 

Please help to keep us going by visiting our online shop at www.motgmshop.co.uk to buy books and other transport related items to keep you amused during the long self-isolation days!

 

 

 

What's On Calendar

 

 

The Christmas Cracker

Transport collectors' market

Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 December 2020 - 10am to 4.30pm

 

A wide range of books, models and collectables for sale plus a display of vehicles

 

Christmas draws near and this is the event to bring the year to an end in a happy way with opportunities to spend your money on transport memorabilia from books to models, photos to spare parts.

 

Part of our collection of historic buses and coaches will again move to one side to make way for nearly a hundred stalls, stands and sellers offering everything from books about local transport to genuine historic bus ticket machines, and from photos of long-gone trams to real bus stops. An unusual shopping trip can be capped with a ride back in time, as a free heritage bus service using old double-deckers from the 1960s and 1970s will link the Museum with Manchester’s Victoria railway station throughout both days of the event.

 

Admission charges

Standard charges apply

 

Getting to the Museum

We recommend that you use public transport to travel to the Museum, or use our free heritage CentreShuttle (see below). Don’t forget you can use rail tickets showing Manchester CTLZ as the destination to reach Manchester Victoria via Metrolink.

 

CentreShuttle 4 - our free heritage bus link with Manchester city centre - will operate throughout this event

 

Refreshments

An expanded selection of light meals and refreshments, including a greater range of hot food, will be available

 

Apply for a stall at this event

 

What's On Calendar

Contact us

 

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The Spring Spectacular (CANCELLED)

Transport collectors' market

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 March 2020 - 10am to 4.30pm (CANCELLED)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

The government has asked people to stay at home where possible, and to minimise being in public places. Therefore we’ve taken the difficult decision to close to the public with immediate effect, until further notice.

 

We’ll keep this under review and we’ll let you know when we can reopen.

 

Please check here regularly for updates on opening & events.

 

Please help to keep us going by visiting our online shop at www.motgmshop.co.uk to buy books and other transport related items to keep you amused during the long self-isolation days!

 

 

 

What's On Calendar

 

 

The Christmas Cracker

Transport collectors' market

Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 December 2020 - 10am to 4.30pm

 

A wide range of books, models and collectables for sale plus a display of vehicles

 

Christmas draws near and this is the event to bring the year to an end in a happy way with opportunities to spend your money on transport memorabilia from books to models, photos to spare parts.

 

Part of our collection of historic buses and coaches will again move to one side to make way for nearly a hundred stalls, stands and sellers offering everything from books about local transport to genuine historic bus ticket machines, and from photos of long-gone trams to real bus stops. An unusual shopping trip can be capped with a ride back in time, as a free heritage bus service using old double-deckers from the 1960s and 1970s will link the Museum with Manchester’s Victoria railway station throughout both days of the event.

 

Admission charges

Standard charges apply

 

Getting to the Museum

We recommend that you use public transport to travel to the Museum, or use our free heritage CentreShuttle (see below). Don’t forget you can use rail tickets showing Manchester CTLZ as the destination to reach Manchester Victoria via Metrolink.

 

CentreShuttle 4 - our free heritage bus link with Manchester city centre - will operate throughout this event

 

Refreshments

An expanded selection of light meals and refreshments, including a greater range of hot food, will be available

 

Apply for a stall at this event

 

What's On Calendar

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester