April Highlights

April 21st is ‘Drive it Day’ and ‘Ride it Day’ and is an opportunity for all classic car owners and classic motorcyclists to drive out and visit participating venues in the company of like minded classic vehicle enthusiasts. The museum will welcome all participants visiting the museum and will make a donation on behalf of each one to the NSPCC as the nominated charity of the national organisers of this event, FBHVC. Visitors, whether just popping in or staying for a longer period can tour the museum and enjoy a range of light snacks, tea, coffee and soft drinks which will be available all day.

April also sees the launch of our ‘Bike of the Month’ feature where we will showcase one of our top motorcycle exhibits each month throughout the year. The Norman B4 Sport from the local Ashford based manufacturer is the April exhibit, so do come along to see this superb looking sports bike.

Opening Times

The museum is open every Sunday and Wednesday between 1030 and 1630 with the last entry at 1530. Why not come along and enjoy a great day out for all the family. All full price annual entry tickets are valid for a whole year from the date of first entry, so you can return on as many open days as you like.

About Dover Transport Museum

We are a registered charity and the only museum of its kind in Kent. The Dover Transport Museum is home to many forms of vintage transport and also features vintage shop fronts displaying the kind of items that were familiar to our young visitor’s grandparents and great-grandparents. With a large visitor-operated model railway a visit to the Dover Transport Museum makes a memorable family day out.

2024 Motorcycle Raffle Tickets

Win a 1957 150cc BSA Bantam in our raffle which is to be drawn at our Classic Motorcycle Show on Sunday, September 15th 2024. Buy your tickets at the museum or at the increasing number of outside events we are attending around the county. An alternative cash prize of £1000 is available to the winner.

Raffle Ticket Draw








Dover Transport Museum Layout

What life was like years ago…

Our two large exhibition halls house recreated street scenes of old Dover businesses that will stir the memories of many older visitors and give younger ones a glimpse of how things used to be. The museum’s transport collection is only part of the hundreds of exhibits illustrating everyday life over the last 100 years.

The main attractions include:

World’s largest collection of Norman Motorcycles
Historic Vehicles *
Vintage Garage & Motorcycle Shop
Dover Car Ferry & Train Ferry Memorabilia
Model Railways
5″ Gauge Railway
Bygone Street Scenes
Model Cars
Romany Life Display
Channel Tunnel Memorabilia

* Not all vehicles in the collection may be on display at the time of your visit.

Dover Transport Museum is an independent charitable trust and staffed entirely by volunteer members of the Society

CCTV is operating throughout the site

You can find out how to become a Society member by following the “SUPPORT US” link