Established in 1969, the Trolleybus Museum houses the world’s largest collection of preserved trolleybuses.
The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft
Whilst most of our trolleybuses are from the UK we also have examples from mainland Europe, North America and New Zealand.
On our Trolleydays a selection of trolleybuses provides rides around our circuit. We also have a small number of historic motorbuses of local interest and visitors can enjoy a short tour of the local area on them.
Amongst our other facilities and attractions there is a Toy Museum, replica early post war prefab house, a 1950’s-style cycle shop and a children’s play area.
Please note that although most of the site is accessible to people with impaired mobility, parts of our main storage depot is not suitable for wheelchairs. We regret that we cannot accommodate wheelchairs on any of our historic buses; however our volunteer staff will provide every possible assistance.
We've taken all the precautions recommended by Visit England including a full Risk Assessment and meet their "Good To Go" standard.
We have introduced enhanced cleaning regimes around the Museum during the day.
Our trolleybuses are sanitised at the start and end of each day.
Our staff have been fully briefed on Covid-19 protection measures to keep you, and themselves, safe.