Oxford Bus Museum & Morris Motors Museum
Woodstock, Oxfordshire OX29 8LA United Kingdom 01993 883 617 www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk
We’re a local Museum completely run by volunteers that have a passion for Oxfordshire’s transport history. Our Bus Museum hall is packed with vehicles: buses, coaches, charabancs. We even have a horse tram from the 1880’s. The story of the development of public transport across both the city and county is also told in a wide selection of original photographs which are accompanied with often amusing anecdotes which tell the wider story.
There is a viewing gallery where visitors can see vehicles under restoration and repair in our workshop. We also have two running sheds which are packed with our operational fleet. These vintage buses are used to give visitors free local bus rides on Bank Holiday Mondays and other Sundays through the spring and summer months. We have a programme of events – details of which can be found on our website: www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk
Our Morris Motors Museum charts the story of the development of this once famous British car manufacturer, which had its base in the city for over 80 years. Our Morris vehicle collection focuses on those cars built by the company whilst William Morris (its founder) was alive.
On-site we have a Café serving hot and cold drinks, freshly-made sandwiches and snacks. To complete your visit we have a well-stocked gift shop packed with precision-die-cast models, pictures, books, magazines and transport-related toys.
Wednesdays and Sundays throughout the year 10.30 to 16.30 (last admission 15.30).
Also open Saturdays: June, July, and August.
Also, open Bank Holiday Mondays (excluding Christmas Day and Box Day).
Adult: £5.00; Child: £3.00; Family (2 adult & 2 children): £13.
On Bank Holidays and Festival day, there is an additional £1 per adult.