More than 600 vehicles and cycles  are on display at the museum, which shines a light on Coventry’s illustrious heritage.

Home to Thrust SSC, the fastest land vehicle  ever recorded and the bus that carried Coventry City’s FA Cup hero’s around the centre after their Wembley victory in 1987.

Entry is free to all, with opening times from 10am until 5pm (last admission 4.30pm) 7 days a week.

Francis Ranford, Cultural and Creative Director of Coventry Transport Museum, said:

 “Most people have had their summer holiday away and are looking for things to do with their children and what better than a trip to Coventry Transport Museum which is right at the heart of the UK City of Culture 2021.

“As big as two football pitches in size, the museum is set in chronological order and showcases the transport history of Coventry and its influence on the world.

“As well as the World’s largest collection of British road transport, we have hundreds of toy cars, a 4D simulator, World War II experience and plenty of activities and interactives to keep the entire family busy.”