Much of the Museum is accessible to disabled persons (including those using a wheelchair), but there may be problems for visitors with mobility restrictions boarding and alighting from our historic trolleybuses and motorbuses (and there is no wheelchair access to the interiors of our historic trolleybuses and motorbuses). Our friendly all-volunteer staff will make every effort to assist with boarding and alighting from our trolleybuses and motorbuses and we have portable steps available to help with this.
As the vehicles in our main storage building can be quite tightly packed together, there may be problems getting around or past them.
There is a toilet available for use by disabled persons.
There is a “Mother and Baby” room available for use.
We warmly welcome (and are continually looking for ways to improve accessibility for) visitors with all aspects of disability and special needs, so we are always pleased to know about any immediate needs and learn about how we could better our facilities and offer in the future. Please contact a Museum official for any immediate needs or email us with any comments or suggestions about accessibility at the Museum.
Visitors are requested, for safety reasons, to not enter driver’s cabs or board any of the vehicles in our storage building.