Based in Keighley and a short walk from Keighley railway station, Keighley Bus Museum is housed in the former ex-foundry building off Dalton Lane at Riverside.
It houses a superb collection of buses of all ages from 1924 to 2000, many from local bus companies in West Yorkshire and some from further away. Also there are emergency vehicles from the Police and Fire service on view, together with other transport related vehicles many of which are on the button ready to go. There is also a variety of trolleybuses, including WT 7101 the 1924 Keighley Corporation Straker Clough trolleybus which is currently undergoing restoration.
Don’t hesitate to contact us by letter, phone use the contact information below, or send a message using the form. We may also provide accommodation for your treasured vehicle, please get in touch for details/inquiries.
Can we remind members/friends and any enquiries from the public that we are an unpaid Charitable organisation, and therefore not always able to reply to telephone calls as many of the Board members are otherwise employed. If you have not received a reply please try to communicate via text or email.
Keighley Bus Museum.
Please remember, the Museum is closed to the public and casual “drop in” visitors this Sunday (25th September) for our AGM at 1pm. Viewing can be arranged after that date. Thank you.
Regular updates will continue on this and our website pages.
Keighley Bus Museum Trust.
Her faith and duty never faltered. May she rest in peace.
The Museum is now only officially open on specified event dates (see events page) or by appointment for viewing. Telephone 07465 897497 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Buses and so much more!
Just a glimpse of some of the many vehicles on show at the Museum
Have a great day out in Yorkshire.
Join the party! Due to an eviction notice our next event on Sunday August 7th (Sunday 10am to 4pm) will be our last at Riverside, and possibly Keighley itself. The Board are looking at the possibility of two separate sheds for both Trust and privately owned vehicles until a more permanent single home is available.
Formed (officially as Keighley Bus Museum Trust) in 1992, the year also sees the Museum’s 30th anniversary, and the August event will center around the Museum, Trust, its vehicles and all associated with it. Why not join in our celebrations?