London Bus Museum – Transportfest
Opening Times: 10 am - 4 pm
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2014 marks the third annual Transportfest, with extensive bus displays, including rarely-seen early examples, and smaller displays of taxis, commercials, military & emergency vehicles.
This year’s theme sees Transportfest heading back to the “roaring twenties”.
There will be a a special display of buses from the twenties, including the Tilling Stevens and the London Transport Museum’s B Type ‘Battlebus’ from 1910.
There will also be bus trips on-site, horse bus rides (charges apply), a large collectors’ market, live jazz music and even more child-friendly attractions too.
£11.00 – Adults (Standard Admission)
£10.00 – Senior Citizen / Students
Free – Children Under Five
There are options available at the museum website – click here view.
There is a cafe available on-site.
For more information about the cafe click here.
You can find the museum shop at the main entrance to the London Bus Museum.
At the shop you can find lots of interesting things such as souvenirs and gifts you can buy for friends and family members.
The museum is open every day (apart from when the Museum is closed for a few days at Christmas).
Opening hours are from 10am until 15 minutes after the Museum is closed (4pm in Winter and 5pm in Summer).
Toilets are available on-site and are found at the Clubhouse (Radar Key) and Jackson Shed
Assistance dogs are available for the deaf and are fine to use throughout the Museum.
If you need medical assistance please there are staff available who will be able to arrange assistance from a trained first-aider or call for an ambulance on your behalf should there be an emergency.
At the museum there will be three wheelchairs available for visitors to borrow. They can also be reserved in advance of your visit.
Upon leaving the M25, take the A3 towards London for approx. half a mile and leave by the Painshill junction, taking the A245 towards Byfleet. Follow the brown ‘Brooklands Museum’ signs until you reach the entrance to Mercedes-Benz World, marked by our Concorde Gate Guardian. The main visitor entrance of the Museum is reached via Brooklands Drive – follow the road round the back of the Mercedes-Benz World building until you reach the Museum car park.