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 estate.
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.
Regrettably due to Covid 19 legislation the AGM has been cancelled and will be re-scheduled for a later date. All members will be notified.
Buses and so much more!
Just a glimpse of some of the many vehicles on show at the Museum
DUE TO THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC IN 2021 THE KEIGHLEY BUS MUSEUM TRUST BOARD HAS DECIDED THAT IN THE INTERESTS OF PUBLIC SAFETY THE MUSEUM WILL REMAIN CLOSED TO EVERYONE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. MANY THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING
Opening soon why not call in?
Following the lifting of restrictions, Keighley Bus Museum at Riverside will be opening its doors to the public for viewing on Sunday the 4th July 2021 from 10am to 4pm.
Unfortunately at this moment there will be no “free” bus services operating due to social distancing, however we shall continue to monitor the situation and will hopefully get back to normal soon. There will also be some vehicles on display in the yard.
Due to the on-going situation, we would like to ask visitors to wear face masks where deemed necessary, and Marshalls/volunteers will be on duty throughout the day to assist with any inquiries.
Further updates and details will posted on this and our facebook site nearer to the Event date.