The Museum

The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft houses the world’s largest collection of historic trolleybuses and occupies almost 8 acres of what used to be RAF Sandtoft. Some of the former taxiway leading to the old airfield’s three runways forms part of the quarter-mile trolleybus circuit, around which you can experience, on open days, a trip on some of our historic trolleybuses. The large concreted area between the main trolleybus depot and the café/ shop building used to be the floor of a massive aircraft hanger.

The Trolleybus Museum offers a fascinating day out for all the family. It is open on selected open days between April and November.Click here to download a PDF file containing a schedule and brief details of this year’s open days.

Take a look at our Facilities & Attractions page to read more about what the Trolleybus Museum offers to visitors on open days.

Sandtoft Site Layout


By clicking on the pictorial diagram of the Trolleybus Museum site, you can read more about the layout of the Museum and the key buildings and features.




A Virtual Tour

You can also take a Google virtual tour of the Trolleybus Museum.


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The museum is operated entirely by volunteers and is open on selected days only. Click on the highlighted dates in the calendar or

 View our Open Days Page 

for details of what is scheduled for any one open day. You can also view full details of our facilities and attractions.

The Trolleybus Museum
Belton Road, Sandtoft, Doncaster
North Lincolnshire, DN8 5SX

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