About the Museum

The East Anglia Transport Museum has a wide range of vehicles in its collection that have been collected from a variety of sources. Buses, Trams, Trolleybuses, Steam Rollers, Light Railway Vehicles, Milk Floats, Lorries, Cars, and even a Sinclair C5 go to making up the majority of the collection, although there are numerous one-off items on display alongside these key classes of vehicle. Many of the vehicles in stock are operable, and you may witness some of these in operation whilst at the museum. A large and varied fleet of trams and trolleybuses are used to give rides to visitors on every opening day whilst many of our buses of various ages can be sampled in service on any of our special event days throughout the year. In addition many of the 'running' vehicles are used in demonstrations around the museum roadway throughout the season, so there is always a chance that the vehicle you really want to see running, might!

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Get in touch

Use the information below to get in touch with the museum before setting off.

East Anglia Transport Museum Office

  • Address: Chapel Road, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft
  • Postcode: NR33 8BL
  • Phone: 01502 518 459
  • URL: www.eatm.org.uk

Business Hours

  • The museum is open on various dates throughout the spring and summer seasons from April to September each year. These are shown on the Museum webiste calendar, as are the various special events that take place on selected weekends during the season. For details of these weekends, please click the 'Special Events' link to the left of the page. In addition, the museum can be booked for pre-arranged private school or group visits on other dates during the months when the museum is open to the public. For further details or to make a booking please see the 'Group Visits' pages where you can find details of how to book a visit for your school or group.

East Anglia Transport Museum

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July's Historic Norfolk

July 1938, Ipswich Airport new terminal building, hangar and car park were opened by Captain H. Balfour, Under Secretary of State for Air.Archive NORFOLKAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK