How To Find Us

By Road

From the M180 Junction 2 take the A161 south to Belton; turn right at the mini roundabout and follow the road for approx 2.5 miles. The Museum is on the right. There is plenty of free parking.

By Bus

The only public bus service in the area is justgo North Lincs which runs out of Scunthorpe on weekdays and Saturdays. Journeys have to be pre-booked and there is no Sunday service. Details can be found on its website,

Every Saturday the Museum provides a connection to public bus services from Doncaster at Thorne; click here for details.

On Sundays marked "Free Bus" in the Events Calendar and Bank Holidays we run a free bus service from and to Doncaster Interchange and details can be found here.

Please note that the Museum's buses are historic vintage vehicles and have step entrances.

By Coach

Coach parties are welcome onm any of our open days, but please contact us first so that we can reserve parking.

By Rail

Doncaster is the nearest mainline railway station; it is on the East Coast Main Line. Buses (see above) run from Doncaster Interchange which is next door to the station.

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