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The museum is an oversized shed or two packed with old trucks and buses. There are some fairly unique vehicles.
The presentation, however, is atrocious. The trucks are parked next to each other. The hoods are all closed, so you can't take a look at...More
This museum will bring you back to the times of horse drawn bread vans and double decker trams. You’ll instantly feel cobbled stones under your feet and hear the bell of the approaching tram once you step inside this little museum that transfers you into...More
Really enjoyed a visit to the National Transport Museum with some military friends to see their old Irish Defence Forces vehicles including APCs, trucks and utility vehicles and was blown away by the collection of vehicles on display. Trams, buses and commercial vehicles in great...More
this northside location is worth the travel out to admire all the beautifully restored vehicles from bygone days gone by see busesand trams that ran tru the streets of dublin and lots of other lovely machines restored by people who love these old vehicles check...More
The titles sums it up. I think this could be an amazing visit if it had a bigger space to house all the buses, trams, fire engines etc. Literally a buggy width between the rows between. There are some great pieces but because they are...More
Having very little interest in this kind of thing I wasn't overly excited at the prospect of a visit but my partner is so I somewhat reluctantly went along. However I must admit to having to eat my words as it was a surprising little...More
I visited the National Transport Museum on Saturday, 3 June. I found out about it through the tourist guide I was reading while on my way from Dublin to Howth. The Museum is located within the area of Howth Castle, about ten minutes from Howth...More