events 2020 Poster Cancelled
We are a favourite venue for classic car owners on “Drive it Day” each April and we hold four popular events in the museum grounds during the season showing classic cars, motorcycles, and models of all sorts. Exhibitors enjoy free entry to the museum but exhibitor booking for the car show and model weekend is essential.  Parking for visitors is free – normal admission prices apply.  Open top bus rides and an outdoor BBQ make our events a fun day for exhibitors and visitors alike.  The museum is also an ideal venue for classic car and bike club outings. 

To arrange a club visit follow the link to Schools and Groups 

Opening Times: 10.30am – 5.00pm (last entry 3.30pm)

Admission: Adults £8, Seniors £7, Children £4, and a Family ticket is £18

Tickets Valid for 1 year from the date of issue. Disable access throughout, Dogs on leads welcome.

Our Classic Bike Show 2019

In 2019 our popular bike show attracted 800 exhibitors and visitors. Bikes from the early days of motorcycling could be seen alongside many classic bikes from the heyday of British motorcycle manufacturing in the 1950s and 60s. A barbecue and visit to the museum made this a great day out for fans of two wheeled transport. 

Our Classic Car Show 2019

Once again our display arena was full to bursting with cars from the early days of motoring through to modern classics.  With all that to see as well as open top bus tours, a barbecue and the chance to visit the museum this was a fun event for classic car enthusiasts and families alike.

Our Model Weekend 2019

Model boats, tanks, trucks, railway engines and railway layouts were just some of the attractions to be seen at our model weekend.  This is a must for families with something for children of all ages, parents and grandparents.  Entry price for this weekend includes a visit to the museum and the chance to enjoy a bus ride and a picnic with our barbecue.

Bike raffle draw in September

Each year the museum raffles a classic bike which has been restored by our volunteers.  2020’s bike is a 1957 Francis Barnett Falcon 74.  The draw takes place at the museum on Sunday 6th September.  Entry is free!  Make a donation and enjoy a lazy, late season day out and a barbecue in the museum grounds. 

Dover Transport Museum

Willingdon Road
Whitfield, Dover
Kent, CT16 2JX

Tel: 01304 822409

e-mail: info@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

 

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Registered in England No. 1690404
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MAP & DIRECTIONS


By Car – Click here for Directs

The Museum is located just off the A2 at Whitfield, 3 miles outside Dover, follow brown tourism signs to the museum. CT16 2JX or CT16 2HQ

N 51:09:004 & E 1:17:426

If your ‘sat nav’ directs you along ‘Old Park Hill‘ please find an alternative route as this is a No Through Road

By Bus

Bus services run from Dover town centre and stop at Honeywood Road, from here walk towards the superstore, turn right into Menzies Road, then left into Willingdon Road. The Museum is located on the left.

For all bus times visit: www.stagecoachbus.com

Visiting From Overseas

The Museum is located approx 3 miles from the Port of Dover. Ferries run several times a day to and from both Dunkirk and Calais.

For ferry information visit: www.dfdsseaways.co.uk or www.poferries.com

CONTACT US

For all Enquires please call 01304 822409

Dave Atkins - Chairman of Trustees & General Manager
Group Booking 01304 822409 or 01303 248999 - info@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

Brian Flood - Vice Chairman & Company Secretary
01304 822409 or 07511794798 - info@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

Andy Cousins - Collections Manager
(Enquiries regarding donation or loan of items to the museum collection,
and access to the museum library and records)
info@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

School Visits Coordinator
schools@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

Richard Berryman - Retail Manager
retail@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk

Wendy Poulter - Membership Secretary & Volunteers Coordinator
membership@dovertransportmuseum.org.uk