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Visit Museum of Transport Greater Manchester car-free
There are direct buses to Cheetham from the City Centre (Piccadilly Gardens), Ashton-under-Lyne, Bury, Higher Crumpsall, Middleton and Sale. Get off at Cheetham, Queens Road Stop, just a few minutes walk from the Museum.
The nearest Metrolink tram stop is Queen’s Road, which is on the Yellow and Green Tram lines that link Bury, the City Centre and Altrincham. The museum is a 10-minute walk from the tram stop.
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Save money on buses by asking for a Manchester PlusBus ticket when you buy your train ticket – valid on all buses in Manchester, including to the Museum.
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About Museum of Transport Greater Manchester
All aboard for a ride through the ages from horse-drawn omnibuses to modern trams. Manchester was birthplace of the industrial revolution – including the first purpose-built canal and the UK’s first public bus service. The museum tells the story of, and promotes, public road transport in Greater Manchester from 1824 to the present day. The collection spans over 100 years, from an 1890s horse bus to a full size prototype Metrolink Tram.
For any queries about visiting contact Museum of Transport Greater Manchester on 0161 2052122 or email@example.com
Address: Museum of Transport, Boyle Street, Cheetham, Manchester M8 8UW. Visit Website