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Object of the Fortnight - Valentine's Day Special!


As it's nearly Valentine's Day (and this week we've been clearing space in our loading bay for all the hundreds of flowers, chocolates and teddies which are sure to arrive for us on the 14th) we thought we would try to find the object in the Museum that most represents all that is warm and slushy about LOVE! The list is long of course, because... Read more

Coventry Memories website now has 100 Stories!


The Official launch of the Coventry Memories Website was on Wednesday 1st December at the BBC's Internet Suite in Priory Place, Coventry.  Just over 6 weeks later we now have 100 stories submitted to the site, which is fantastic! is a joint project between Coventry Transport Museum and the Herbert Art... Read more

Test driving the Alvis


Here's a treat for you - this week our very own Chris van Schaardenburgh took the Museum's 1965 Alvis TE21 out for a test drive around Coventry, and took film crew Steve and Craig with him for the ride - and here are the results: Read more

Introduction to Robotics Course for Children


January 2011 In January local company Stretching Minds will be running an exciting Robotics course for children at the Museum, using the latest LEGO® MINDSTORMS ® technology. The course, which is suitable for children aged 8 to 14, runs for four consecutive Saturdays, starting on 15 January 2011. Children will work in pairs and will... Read more

Don't miss out on the latest from the Coventry Transport Museum


Bring the curriculum to life!

Coventry Transport Museum's interactive exhibitions make the perfect venue for school visits in Coventry.

We offer a wide range of sessions for school groups, all 'Learning Outside The Classroom' quality assured. 


Join and Support

Join us in celebrating a unique transport heritage. There are lots of ways for you to get involved, from supporting us with a financial donation to volunteering your time. 


Home of the fastest car on Earth!

Coventry Transport Museum is home to Thrust SSC and Thrust 2, the world's two fastest cars.

When you visit the Museum, not only can you marvel at these spectacular feats of British engineering, you can experience travelling through the sound barrier on our all new 4D Land Speed Record Simulator!