We are a living museum that probes the past, present and even future. Through dramatic displays, working exhibits and video presentations trace the history of travel and transport in the locality. We are now closed to the public for the winter season but will be back open in Spring with a refreshed exhibition and and exciting events programme. Keep checking our page for information or visit our website at www.gtm.org.uk
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Our Tea Room will be filled with the most amazing home bakes this Easter. Supplied by Alford’s very own Cake You Happy. A selection of scones and Easter biscuits will be available from Friday. 🐰
Do you want unlimited access to the museum throughout the 2018 season? Plus entry to ALL of our outdoor events, including AutoFest & AllFord? These are just some of the benefits of a gtm+ Membership, get yours today! Check out our website for more details.... http://www.gtm.org.uk/join-and-support/gtm-membership/
How is this for a last minute arrival!! Our pal Guy Martin has come up trumps with this one. We don’t want to ruin the surprise so here is just a glimpse! 🏍 🎉
3 days until we reopen! Our Junior Driving School will be open throughout the Easter Holidays (weather permitting). See our website for more info. http://www.gtm.org.uk/learning/junior-driving-school/
4 days to go.... Our new exhibition will give you an in depth view of the evolution of the EV, past, present and most importantly the future. Also join us on Sunday 1st April for our first ever Electric Vehicle Rally!
Guy Martin fans! Are you ready?! Just 5 days until we open our doors for the season with a renewed and exciting Guy Martin Collection. We are open 7 days a week from Friday 30th March (10am - 5pm) 🏎
Did you know we have our own permanent collection of vehicles here at GTM. The wide array of exhibits range from our popular Mack Snowplough & Sentinel Steam Waggon to this incredible Land Rover Series 1. 1956 saw the introduction of Land Rover’s first five-door model, on the 107-inch chassis, known as the "Station Wagon" with seating for up to ten people. This one, chassis number 006, is believed to be the oldest surviving 107” Station Wagon and is in remarkably original condition. The Land Rover was subject of a two year conservation programme by the museum’s volunteers, keeping as much of the original vehicle as possible. Their hard work paid off when the museum received a Restoration Award from the Transport Trust.
The North East 250 is the ultimate road trip to the heart of Scotland and we are proud to announce that we are supporting this great new initiative! Just a short drive from the main route we provide the perfect starting point or finishing point. Perhaps, stop in by for coffee or have lunch in our Tea Room. We hope you enjoy the route as much as we do!
Pick up your copy of The BULLetin Magazine for a special update from GTM and some other fantastic local businesses. We are also proud to be featured on the cover!
The response to this event has been amazing. From military enthusiasts, groups, clubs and individual vehicle collectors to the local Air Cadets and Armed Forces. This event is going to be awesome!
**EASTER EGG COMPETITION** Get creative this Easter Holidays! See below for more details. Don’t forget our Easter Activities Afternoon will be held on Wednesday 4th April 🐰🐣