By Carl Jackson 10/08 Updated: 10/08 10:10
RESIDENTS are being urged to soak up their rich natural surroundings and take a countryside bus tour.
The Transport Museum in Chapel Lane, Wythall will is putting on extra trips throughout August.
As well as its usual weekend opening the museum is also welcoming visitors on Wednesdays until the end of the month.
There will be a countryside bus tour on everyday of opening at 2.30pm and two full days of trips on August 26 and 27 for the bank holidays.
Museum trustee Malcolm Keeley said: “‘The classic buses really make things come alive and bring back the old-time atmosphere.
“The collection of buses brings back so many memories to older visitors of the days when companies like Birmingham City Transport and Midland Red carried millions of passengers every week.”
The volunteer run museum has more than a 100 preserved vehicles including milk floats and milk floats.
Admission costs £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. The musuem is opening from 11am on weekends and bank holidays and 1pm on Wednesdays. Last admission is at 4pm. Visit www.wythall.org.uk for more information.
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