|Concessions (Senior & Student)
|Junior (5-16 years)
|4 or under
|Family (2 adults +2 children)
|Small Family (1 adult +3 children)
|Go CV card holders
|Other groups (12 or more)
*All tickets are valid for 365 days from date of purchase. You can return as many times as you like.
Annual tickets purchased, but effected by the lockdown closures, will be eligible for a 6 month extension.
Senior discount is for those age 60+ | Students require a valid NUS card
Coventry residents with a valid Go CV card are eligible for FREE entry to the museum. All family members require a Go CV card.
Click on the image below to get your own Go CV card.
From 30 November 2019 we will no longer be refunding admission tickets which have been purchased by visitors who qualify for a Go CV card. If you are a Coventry resident, please do visit the Go CV website to sign up and find out more about the benefits available to you.
Buy Your Tickets Online
Online tickets are available to purchase via TripAdvisor or our Online Booking Portal. Alternatively, admission tickets can be purchased from the museum Box Office upon arrival.
Please be aware that TripAdvisor is unable to offer discounts for group or family bookings. If you wish to buy the discounted family tickets, please purchase these at the museum Box Office, or through our Online Booking Portal.
All tickets last 365 days from date of purchase and can be used an unlimited number of times to visit the museum.
Tour groups and Schools must book prior to visiting. Free guided tours are offered to all coach parties which visit Monday to Friday, term time only (subject to availability). Please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions, no group tours are currently bookable. Find out more by visiting our COVID-19 FAQ.
We no longer offer discounts to clubs, visitors that have donated to the museum, veterans or any visitor that does not hold a Go CV card.
Why can't I purchase day tickets?
At first the Coventry Transport Museum was going to introduce day tickets at the current admission prices, but after consideration, we decided it was instead better to keep the price point the same – and let visitors have unlimited visits for an entire year.
We feel this enables visitors to make the most of the museum's temporary and permanent offer and provides great value for money – not only when compared against other motor museums – but against other attractions which offer a much shorter experience.