By Train - Tring railway station is one mile from the town. It is served by London Northwestern (Euston, Milton Keynes, Northampton) and Southern (East Croydon, Clapham Junction, Milton Keynes) trains. The 387 bus runs into the town and taxis are available at the station.
By Bus - The 500 (Aylesbury-Watford) and 387 (station) buses stop at Church Square in the High Street, about 200 yards from the museum. Buses serving Tring: 500, 61, 164, 387. The 61 (Aylesbury-Dunstable) stops in Brook Street, outside the museum.
The Forge car park, accessed via Tring High Street, is adjacent to the museum. Charges depend on length of stay; up to one hour is free but a ticket must still be displayed. There are three Disabled spaces near the exit to the High Street (where there are public conveniences) and two more at the foot of the slope at the far end of the car park, close to the museum. Parking is free for Blue Badge Holders (It’s not necessary to display a ticket). There is a recharging point for electric vehicles.
The museum is reached either from Brook Street or through The Forge car park. It is sited in Tring Market Place, just beyond the slope at the far end of the car park.
The museum is step-free. The entrance has a gentle ramp and the galleries are on one level, fully accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter. Text panels use large, clear print. Magnifiers are available and there is a folder with object captions in large print. At present there is no audio guide but stewards will be happy to explain anything.
The museum doesn't provide a public toilet since there is one in the adjacent car park. At their discretion, stewards can permit use of the staff facilities, which are DDA compliant.
The museum doesn't have a café but there are several in the town centre and the adjacent auction rooms has one open on sale days. The nearby Robin Hood pub has level access.