Covid-19 update: The Museum will be reopening on September 27th 2020.
200 years of Oxfordshire's road transport is displayed, from our 1821 replica 'hobby horse', an early bicycle, through to our newly-restored 1881 horse-drawn tram to twentieth century buses and a collection of Morris Motors built during Lord Nuffield's era.
There are 35 buses, 20 cars, 50 bicycles, 300 historic photographs and transport artefacts; old petrol pumps, road signs, ticket machines and bus uniforms.
The museum has walkways designed for visitors, explanatory panels and a viewing gallery over the workshop enabling visitors to view vehicle restoration in progress and running fleet maintenance.
Visit our website for dates of free vintage bus rides.
Other facilities include: cafe, children's activity centre and free car parking. Wheelchair friendly.
The museum is a charity and run entirely by volunteers.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£5.00 per ticket|
|5 -15 yrs (under 4s are free)||£3.00 per ticket|
|Family (2 Adults, 2 Children)||£13.00 per ticket|
*Special prices apply on rally days
£1 extra per adult on Bank Holidays
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Picnic Site
- Open by appointment outside normal opening times - For pre-booked groups (12 - 100)
Parking & Transport
- Parking (free)
- MasterCard accepted - - all major credit cards accepted
|Open New Year|
|2020 (1 Jan 2020 - 19 Dec 2020)|
* Open 10.30am to 4.30pm on Wednesdays and Sundays throughout the year and also Saturdays in July & August. Last admission is 3.30pm.
Also open on most Bank Holidays - see website for details. Closed 19th to 31 December 2019 inclusive.
The Museum is adjacent to Hanborough Station, on the eastern edge of the village of Long Hanborough. Just of the A4095, Bicester to Witney road. There is ample free parking.
Public Transport Directions
The museum is 75 yards from Hanborough Railway Station on the Cotswold line with approximately hourly services from London Paddington, Reading and Oxford in the East and Moreton in the Marsh, Evesham and Worcester in the west with some trains originating at Hereford.
Stagecoach bus 233 runs from Monday to Saturday and stops Hanborough Railway Station on the main road in Long Hanborough with approximately hourly services from Woodstock, Burford and Witney