Of course, we don’t have the room to display all of our buses at one time but a few years ago we were blessed to be able to purchase a building on approximately 2 acres of ground that is actually (as the crow flies) a stone’s throw distance from the present Museum location. We are currently looking into whether or not we can build an extension or additional shelter for the extra buses we have stored outside. This, of course, does not come without a price. In the last Musings, we included an envelope for those of you who are able to help us through these tough times. Your donations are tax deductible because we are a 501c(3) corporation. Please take the time now write us a check if you can and earmark it for BUILDING FUND. Send it in the self-addressed envelope or mail it to Museum of Bus Transportation, 161 Museum Drive, Hershey, PA 17033. You can also make a donation by using our PayPal account and sending the money through to email@example.com. Thank you for any help you can give us in this matter. Further details about our building will be in another blog.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Did you know that the Museum of Bus Transportation has the largest collection of buses on display under one roof in the US? Our antique buses are complimented with a colorful display of authentic bus memorabilia including bus station signs, bus stop signs, historical photographs, toy and model buses and other interesting items from these decades.