The South-East’s biggest, longest-running
and best-loved bus show is back for the 40th time on
Sunday 21 April.
This year’s show celebrates
the 80th anniversary of London Transport
A fabulous day out for families
and transport enthusiasts!
All on site at the
London Bus Museum.
Organised as a fundraising event for the London
Bus Preservation Trust,
the Registered Charity
that runs the London
Bus Museum at Weybridge Surrey
Detailed Information: Spring Bus & Coach
Now better than ever, the show features:
- Up to 200 visiting buses and coaches on
site, old and new, from London and all over the
- An all-day, frequent service of heritage
(and modern) bus rides (around 20 buses in
service), all included in the admission price.
- Open-top bus rides on the Museum’s 1925
- Rides on a genuine 1890s horse-bus
(additional charge applies).
- Special Excursions - route 715 to Guildford
on RMC1461, route 725 to Kingston on RT3491 and
route 131 to Hampton Court on a red RML (£5
charge applies in each case, payable to the
conductor, and service is subject to vehicle
- Special feature of ‘The Repatriates’ –
classic London buses which have been brought
back from overseas.
- The unveiling of three significant additions
to the Museum Collection.
- Limited-edition model of RLH53 launched at
the event and available exclusively from the LBM
Shop inside the Museum.
- Other surprises.
- Open Day in the Museum with a large
- Children’s attractions including a small
fairground (extra charges apply).
- Indoor café and outdoor food stalls.
- All the Brooklands Museum attractions –
cars, bikes and planes (excl. Concorde) -
included in the admission price.
- Free connecting bus service (route 462) from
Weybridge Station to the Museum
Children’s fairground & side shows - fun for the
By car to M25 junction 10, then A3/A245 towards
Weybridge, follow signs to Mercedes-Benz
World/Brooklands Museum and then to Event Parking
(free) in The Heights. By train to Weybridge (approx
30 mins from London Waterloo but please check for
engineering works) and then bus 462 (no additional
charge) to the Museum.
London Central will be
running their usual route 36X feeder bus from
central London to the event, using Routemaster RM9.
Times and fares are here. Please note that this
service is not operated by London Bus Museum and all
enquiries should be directed to Go-Ahead London.
Children 5-16: £5.50
Children under 5: free
Family (2+3): £27
Museum Members with current
Entries are very welcome from all buses and coaches.
There is excellent display space for at least 200
vehicles and the driver plus 3 passengers get free
entry to the show with other passengers receiving a
£2 discount on the normal admission price.
Pre-booking is strongly recommended so as to get a
reserved place in the inner display area but
last-minute entries on the day won’t be turned away
– there is plenty of room for all-comers.
Stallholders are also most welcome.