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Oxford Bus Museum

Hanborough Rail Station Yard
Main Road
Long Hanborough
OX29 8LA

3 miles west on A4095 towards Witney. Look out for the brown 'Transport Museum' signs as you enter the village.

There are bus services and train services that can be used also - see the web site.

Tel: 01993 883617
(when the museum is open)

Tel: 01296 925797
(when the museum is closed)

www.oxfordbusmuseum.org
info@oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk

Oxford Bus Museum

Lot's more information, opening times and prices on the web site.

Oxford Bus Museum

The Oxford Bus Museum has its origins in the Oxford Bus Preservation Syndicate, which was set up 52 years ago in 1967 by a group of bus enthusiasts. They had the foresight to see that buses and coaches of significance to previous generations should be saved and preserved for future generations to enjoy before they were lost for all time.

Beginning with just one vehicle - which can still be seen and ridden on today, the number of preserved and restored vehicles has grown, and the museum now contains around 40 vintages buses and coaches, including a number of unique vehicles, the earliest dating from 1913.