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Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum is now the acknowledged focal point of historic bus restoration and operation in Scotland and houses, on a 49-acre site, around 170 vehicles.

Most of these vehicles are of Scottish origin and are in varying levels of condition, from dilapidated to fully restored.

The highlights of the year are the Running Day and the Open Weekend, which see the on-site vehicle numbers greatly increased by visiting buses and commercial organisations.

In addition, the museum hosts events for other organisations

'Guide Sunday Tours' take visitors on a guided tour of the site and the storage sheds in a vintage bus, starting and ending at the Display Hall - where visitors can spend as much time as they wish.

The Display Hall accommodates several buses in ideal conditions for taking photographs and getting an all-round view, and houses the museum cafe and shop

The Museum has widened its scope to include items, which, although mainly bus related, include other modes of transport, including an ex-Edinburgh Corporation Steam Roller.

Also on the site there is a small workshop where the Shed 47 Railway Restoration Group does restoration work on railway locomotives, rolling stock and track.

General Information:

  • Shop
  • Café
  • Picnic areas
  • Historic buses are unsuitable for wheelchairs

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From M90 Junction 4, take the B914 west bound and follow Brown Tourist Signs to M90 Commerce Park.

Scottish Vintage Bus Museum Postcode for SatNav: KY12 0SJ


+44 (0)1383 623 380

M90 Commerce Park
KY12 0SJ

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