Explore the region’s rich transport heritage, from horse power to land speed records.

  • Hit the road and take part in the transport trail as you explore 26 acres filled with all things on the move – make pit stops across the Museum as you go and discover a 1920s motorcycle shop, vintage busses and more
  • Trot along to the canal arm and Racecourse Colliery and discover the role of horses in transporting people and goods around the country
  • Take part in the hobby horse racing and have a go at building your very own rocket car to enter into the landspeed record contest.
  • Get up close and personal with the rare historic cars in the 1915 Bradburn & Wedge Garage as you step back in time and discover the cars your parents and grandparents drove!
  • Learn about the real life stories of the amazing inventors of the Black Country and discover the driving force behind some ingenious inventions and record-breaking races
  • ‘Leg it’ down to the boat dock to meet with our guides who will take you on a tour and demonstrate how boats became a driving force behind the industrial revolution
  • Challenge yourself to a card game at the Conway Garage

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