Oxford Bus and Morris Motors Museums

Picture of 1950s AEC Regent double deck bus in Oxford High Street
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The Oxford Bus Museum is dedicated to telling the story of public transport around Oxfordshire over the last 130 years.

Our exhibits include 35 preserved buses/coaches, horse-drawn vehicles and a wide range of transport-related artefacts (posters, timetables, uniforms, ticket machines). We also are home to the Morris Motors (car) Museum , which charts the story of Williams Morris who established car-building in Oxford.

As we're in Oxfordshire we also have a collection of 40 vintage bicycles.

Venue Type:

Transport heritage site, Museum

Opening hours

10;30am to 4:30pm (Last entry 3:30pm).
Wednesday and Sunday through the year;
Saturdays May to end of September. Also most Bank Holidays (not Christmas Day or Boxing Day.

Admission charges

£4.50 adults; £10 family (2 adults & 2 children); £3.50 concessions and £2.50 children (3 - 15 years inclusive).

Getting there

By Car on the A4095, near Woodstock.
By Bus on Stagecoach route 233.
By train on the First Great Western route from London Paddington.

Collection details

Land Transport

Getting there

By Car on the A4095, near Woodstock.
By Bus on Stagecoach route 233.
By train on the First Great Western route from London Paddington.

Oxford Bus and Morris Motors Museums
Station Yard
Main Road
Long Hanborough
Oxon
Oxfordshire
OX29 8LA
England

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Website

www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk

Telephone

01993 883 617

Outside opening hours

01296 337 622

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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