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<<"Great to know about the shuttle to Transport Museum, is there a fee? Would the STP cover that? ">> It is not a shuttle. It is a regular bus service, part of the normal bus routes, covered by the STP.
This following complex information can be skipped if you wish. It shows you how to get the answer about the bus service....look down in this post to "Now the good news"
By clicking on the bus icon near the Verkehrsmuseum on this Mapsearch link
map.search.ch/?pos=668161,211762&z=10 24&poi=haltestelle,mus eum,zug
I see that the buses numbered 6, 8, and 10 and "N24" which I think is a night bus, stop at
"Bus stop Luzern, Verkehrshaus/Lido"
This link shows where the buses can be caught in front of the main station, identified by number. Click on the map to enlarge it:
This rather complex page, only in German was set by me to request a 10:15 AM journey on the 12th of October from Luzern Bahnhof bus stop to Verkehrshaus/Lido bus stop. Unfortunately, the settings did not stick with the link:
When I filled in the date, time, start and finish stations, It displayed 2 options, on at 1014, the other at 1020. At 1020, it takes one minute to walk from the main station to the bus platform, then 7 minutes to get to your stop. One takes 8 minutes, the other takes 7 minutes, both with zero Umsteigen ( changes) The next is at 1027, then 1029
The map can be expanded. Click in the middle of the box which also has direction arrows. The ""thermometer" lets you expand or contract the map.
Now the good news.
You don't have to use all that.
We have learned enough.
It has taught us that there are frequent buses (every 6 or 7 minutes0 and the trip takes 7 or 8 minutes. If you are at the main station, walk out toward the boat docks to where all the buses hang out. Look for a #6, 8, or 10. Hop on, show your Swiss Travel Pass if asked by a conductor or inspector....maybe the driver, but not usually on city buses. 7 minutes later, get off. The trams all have internal signs showing what stop is next, etc. Sit where you can see one.
Here is a list of all the bus schedules. In German, but should be understandable.
City buses tend to run about every 10 minutes or less in most cities durin the daytime hours, but i don't know the exact frequency on all routes and times of day in Luzern. Those links above can tell you, if you care.
You can get a map of all the routes here:
The tourist office in the main station probably has one, or can tell you where the office is to get one.
The nicest way to get to the Verkehrshaus is by lake boat:
Scroll down for the correct season of the year; note that there are a few routes that overlap.
Once again, some may be in German, but most is in English, and the rest is fairly straightforward.