Jurby Transport Museum

OK. We're biased. This is one of our favourite little museums on the Island - although, in all honesty, it's not that little.

Never the same twice, the Jurby Transport museum provides an engaging and nostalgic look back to times that were, maybe, a bit simpler. Focusing largely on public transport vehicles, many of which are accessible to visitors, the museum can whip you right back to childhood with nothing more than a vinyl seat at the back of the top deck. It's amazing, and more than a bit surprising, how evocative this is. You'll be surprised what the smell of a bus can do to bring back memories!

Many of the vehicles in the museum's collection are undergoing repair and refurbishment by a team of dedicated volunteers, so you'll find the place to be pretty much generally a hive of understated activity - there's always something going on. The volunteer staff are friendly and knowledgeable and the tea and coffee are good and cheap.

The Transport museum also works nicely as a gentle counterpart for winding-down after the almost overwhelming amount of exhibits in the Isle of Man Motor Museum (also an essential visit!), just across the road.

Photo by Andrew Wilkinson from London - Busses, CC BY-SA 2.0,


Wheelchair access is available to most parts of the museum, and there is plenty of parking.

Contact Details

Hangar 230
Jurby Industrial Estate
Isle of Man

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Opening Hours


Day of the Week Opening Hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am to 4pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 10am to 4pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm

Opening hours Easter to October. Other times by appointment.


Published: 17 May 2022

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