Oxford Bus and Morris Motors Museums

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

Website

www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk

E-mail

busmuseum@googlemail.com

Telephone

During opening hours

01993 883 617

Outside opening hours

01296 337 622

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The Museum was established on this site in 1985, to house a collection which was started in 1967. It tells the story of the development of the bus and bus services in Oxfordshire. Over 30 buses and coaches can be seen in store, on display or under restoration. There is a children's activity area. Free bus rides are provided on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month April-Oct (subject to availability and weather conditions).
To arrange school visits, telephone 01865 774 233
To arrange group or evening visits, telephone 01235 527 497

The Museum is also the home of the Morris Motors Museum, telling the story of the car factory at Cowley, Oxford, established by William Morris, later Lord Nuffield. Many vehicle exhibits including the Bullnose Morris and the unique Morris Motors Band Bus.

Also on display is the Faulkner Collection of c42 Vintage Bicycles including a Penny Farthing, a Donkey Bike and a Racing Tricycle. There is no additional charge: the one entrance fee includes both museums.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

January-December Sun & Wed 1030-1630
May-September Sat, Sun, & Wed 1030-1630
Most Bank Holidays 1030-1630
See website for Christmas/New Year opening

Admission charges

Adults: £4.50
Children: £2.50
OAPs & Disabled: £3.50
Family (2+2): £10

Collection details

Land Transport

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