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The Streetlife Museum of Transport is home to over 200 years of transport history spread across six galleries. This immersive world of bicycles, carriages, motorcars, railways and street life through the years is a visitor attraction not to be missed.
The museum showcases rare cars dating from 1987 which are part of the 1900 motor show, a 1940s street reconstruction and the original Cottingham North signal box which was moved to the site brick by brick. To top off your visit, experience the smells of a stable as you disembark from the Hull to York Mail Coach ride.
As well as the incredible displays, there are also events happening throughout the year at the museum, so keep an eye out for those.
Situated within Hull’s Museums Quarter, the Streetlife Museum of Transport neighbours both Wilberforce House and the Hull & East Riding Museum which are also free to enter.