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Museum - Transport, free entry

Keighley Bus Museum

Keighley Bus Museum


Riverside, off Dalton Lane,
BD21 4JQ

Events at this Venue

date event
Sun 30 Oct Open Day & Twilight Running


The Keighley Bus Museum Trust was founded in 1991, and is a Registered Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee, and now boasts over 150 members.

The Collection comprises around seventy vehicles, of which just under half are owned by, or are on long-term loan to the Trust. These include Britain’s last trolleybus, Bradford 844, and the oldest known double-deck trolleybus in the world, Keighley No. 5 of 1924. The Collection comprises buses, coaches, and ancillary vehicles, together with some commercial vehicles, covering the period from the 1920s up to the 1990s. We have a large selection of municipal buses from Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax and West Yorkshire PTE, plus many from further afield.

Accepts groups

Opening details

The museum is located in temporary premises which are open on a restricted basis. Please contact us before visiting to ensure someone will be available to welcome you.


Free entry

Free, except on Open Days when charges are £2.00 adult, £1.00 children & concessions. Parties by agreement



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Map reference: SE 071414  Lat: 53.86877 Long: -1.89350

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Keighley station


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