Oxford Bus Museum & Morris Motors Museum

England – 67 miles (108km) north west of London.

get link Oxford Bus Museum and Morris Motors Museum
Railway Station
Main Road
Long Hanborough
Woodstock OX29 8LA

WEB: http://www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk/
Web language: English
TEL: +44 (0)1993 883617

This is a bus museum that includes a collection of Morris motor cars telling the William Morris story.

Open 10:30 – 16:30
On Wednesday’s – throughout the year,
on Sunday’s throughout the year.
Bank Holiday Monday’s and New Year’s Day.
On Saturday’s in June, July and August only.

Check website for national holiday closures.

At the Oxford Bus Museum, they tell the story of bus and coach travel around Oxfordshire over the last 130 years.

The Morris Motors Museum charts the story of how these classic British cars and commercial vehicles were produced at Cowley, a suburb of Oxford. Their collection of vintage Morris vehicles represents those produced during William Morris’s life.

The museum also has a collection of 40 vintage bicycles, including a Penny Farthing.

Go to the website to download a list of exhibits.

The Morris Motors section opened in 2004. The link between William Morris founder of Morris Motors (who later became Lord Nuffield) and buses in Oxford, can be traced to 1913 when he and a partner started the first motorbus service in the city. The year 2013 was a significant one for the museum. A double centenary celebration – 100 years of motorbuses in the city of Oxford and 100 years of car manufacture in Cowley.

Free car parking, shop and café. There are regular vintage bus rides – check website for dates.