Official FBHVC Press Release.
FBHVC announces museum action plan with the release of a new interactive directory.
During the recent lockdown, the Federation unveiled an interactive map of transport museums across the UK and the Federation’s museum members have since been updating it with details of their exciting displays and activities. The aim being to give the nation’s custodians of Transport Heritage a valuable channel through which they can promote their activities, connect with enthusiasts and clubs plus work together as part of a connected community working towards post-pandemic recovery for all museums.
The directory is being continually updated and if you’re looking for an interesting day out, then just take a look at what the directory of museums has to offer. Recent highlights include:
The FBHVC also works in partnership with the National Association of Road Transport Museums (NARTM) and their details; accessible via https://www.fbhvc.co.uk/museums, lists many other bus museums. Also consider larger museums like the British Motor Museum, Brooklands Museum, Haynes International Motor Museum, National Motorcycle Museum and National Motor Museum who offer spectacular collections, meets, events and other activities.
Most recently, the Haynes International Motor Museum have announced three exhibitions opening today; the Williams F1 exhibition, ‘John Haynes OBE - The Man, The Manuals and The Museum’ exhibition and ‘The Red Room’ exhibition. So, help us to support our nation’s museums as we head out of pandemic restrictions and in to a new era of celebrating, experiencing and enjoying the UK’s transport heritage. Visit: https://www.fbhvc.co.uk