About the Museum
The Welsh Transport Heritage Centre is a new attraction, located in Gorseinon in South Wales. It features Fire Engines & Fire Service equipment, classic cars, memorabilia, model railway, and a developing collection of all things transport related - the Centre is on the road to becoming a major focus point for transport groups, motor clubs and preservation societies, and welcomes visitors to the collection. Admission is £1 for Adults, Senior Citizens 50p, and accompanied children are admitted free of charge. All proceeds go toward the ongoing preservation of vehicles within the Trust collection.
The Welsh Transport Heritage Centre 2020 Event Schedule
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Get in touch
Use the information below to get in touch with the museum before setting off.
The Welsh Transport Heritage Centre Office
- Address: Heol Y Mynydd, Gorseinon, Swansea
- Postcode: SA4 4NY
- Phone: 01792 895 858
- Open days from April 1st and every second Sunday there-after from 10.00 am until 3.00 pm. School groups can visit by arrangement.
The Welsh Transport Heritage Centre
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