About the Museum

Take trip down Memory Lane, seeing bygone vehicles from the beginning of the century up to modern day classics, most of which originate from the largest private collection in the country plus more recent aquisitions making a total of over 350 exhibits. The Stondon Transport Museum collection is continually being enhanced and an example of this is the addition of a mezzanine display of over 400 model aircraft, introduced in March 2011. All these have been built by hand, by one very dedicated model maker, whose lifetimes work deserves to be seen by a wider audience. The majority of museum exhibits are conveniently displayed under cover and compactly arranged to eliminate a lot of walking for the elderly. A brief resume is attached to each vehicle and staff are usually around for a chat. Some exhibits are for sale, so if you want to own or renovate a classic please ask.

Stondon Transport Museum has an incredibly diverse collection of vehicles is housed across eight halls. The museum vehicles cover motor transport across the 20th Century (1900 to 1990's). Examples Include: Ford Pilots; police vehicles; AA and RAC Motor Cycles; 6 Rolls Royces, including the owners favourite Cornishe; buses: fire engines; military vehicles and a huge collection of Motorbikes - Scott, Vincent, Greeves, ABC, Triumph's, BSA's.



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Stondon Transport Museum Office

  • Address: Station Road, Lower Stondon, Henlow, Beds
  • Postcode: SG16 6JN
  • Phone: 01462 850339
  • URL: www.motor-museum.co.uk

Business Hours

  • Museum Opening Hours : 10am to 4pm Open 6 days a week - closed Fridays. Closed Christmas week.

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