National Association of Road Transport Museums  

Representing Road Transport Museums and Collections

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The National Association of Road Transport Museums (NARTM) was formed over 30 years ago as an informal organisation with the primary role being to allow NARTM members to share ideas.

Membership is available to museums and societies. Two meetings are held a year at members locations. Members also receive a quarterly magazine "Newslink"

Membership is open to organisations or individuals having collections of passenger carrying vehicles (e.g. buses and coaches), goods vehicles and other large vehicles constructed for use on the road and who make, or propose to make, their collections accessible to the public either by display at a specified location (e.g. a museum) or by attending events open to the public.

Annual Subscription


For Museums and Collections which are ‘Normally Open’ to the public



For other Museums and Collections



  NARTM Membership Form

Guidance Notes

The following guidance notes are available:

  Operation of Free Bus Services, Issue 6 (March 2018)
  Transport Heritage - Road Passenger Transport Sector (Buses, Coaches & Trolleybuses) - Needs Assessment (April 2009)
  NARTM Needs Assessment - Where Next?
  Policy on Running Historic Buses, Coaches & Commercial Vehicles Rev A (February 2010)
  Heritage Lottery Fund - NARTM Needs Assessment - Outline Proposals for addressing needs, Rev 0 (February 2011)

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