A showcase of buses from Amberley Museum’s own collection, the Southdown Omnibus collection and a number of visiting buses.
What can visitors see and do at this event?
Watch, photograph and ride on a selection of buses from years gone by.
The earliest bus at the Museum is a 1914 petrol-electric, and there are several buses from the 1920s and 1930s. There will also be a variety of buses visiting for the day.
There will be bus rides all day, transporting visitors around the 36-acre Museum grounds with either the 1914 or a 1928 open-topped bus in service (subject to weather conditions).
Polar Bear, along with another steam train, will also be running on our narrow-gauge railway to carry passengers around the site.
We have visiting stall holders selling model bus displays, transport books, bus cards, prints and old timetables.
Tickets must be pre-booked online for this event.