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Oxford Bus Museum

Come and celebrate the start of 2017 with free vintage bus rides on Sunday 1 January!

22 December 2016 00:00


The Oxford Bus Museum will be offering regular services from the Museum to Oxford Parkway, Witney and Woodstock using a selection of our vintage buses plus some visiting vehicles.

The usual admission prices to the museum will be £5 for adults, £4 for concessions and £3 for children 5-15. There will be stalls selling transport books, magazines, models and vintage memorabilia as well as our cafe shop and facilities.

The museum tells the story of 130 years of bus and coach travel around Oxfordshire and includes a collection of 30 historic buses and trams, the Morris Motors collection of 20 cars and vans and 40 historic bicycles , the earliest of which is a replica 1821 hobby horse. There are almost 300 historic photographs showing transport in Oxfordshire as it was.

There is plenty of car parking which is free on our site.

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Chris Butterfield


Tel: 01296 337622


About Oxford Bus Museum

The museum is located at the Rail Station Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire OX29 8LA and contains 35 vintages buses and coaches, the earliest dating from 1913, a collection of Morris cars dating from 1925 to 1977, a horse drawn tram and a collection of 40bicycles.

FREE vintage bus rides leave the museum at 12.15 and 2.45pm on the FIRST and THIRD Sunday each month from 2 July until 20 August 2017 and there are regular free services on bank holidays 1 & 29 May and 28 August.

The 2017 Vintage Transport Festival celebrating 50 years is on Sunday 30 July.

The museum is open between 10.30am and 4.30pm on Wednesdays and Sundays throughout the year, on Saturdays from 3 June to 26 August and on Summer Bank Holidays and New Year's Day. but neither Christmas Day nor Boxing Day.

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