GREYHOUND BUS MUSEUM
 Greyhound Bus Museum It was in Hibbing, Minnesota, with a 1914 Hupmobile they could not sell and a two mile route, from Hibbing to Alice Location, that Greyhound was born.  The Greyhound Bus Museum tells this story and much more! 

There is “something for everyone” here with over 18 historical buses on display ranging from a 1927 White to a 1994 MCI 12, and including the famous "Scenicruiser", several buildings that house thousands of original Greyhound artifacts, and audio/visual presentations telling the Greyhound story.  Come see for yourself why so many leave here with a smile on their faces!  Please visit our website for more details. 




CONTACT INFO:

1201 Greyhound Blvd.
Hibbing, Minnesota 55746
Phone: 218-263-5814
Website: www.greyhoundbusmuseum.org
Email:greyhoundbusmus@qwestoffice.net

 

THE MUSEUM OF BUS TRANSPORTATION
Museum of Bus Transportation

The Museum of Bus Transportation provides quality displays of the bus industry for the public.  We showcase the industry's growth and development and celebrate the role that the bus industry continues to play for the American public. We promote the bus industry and seek to be of continuous interest to both the general public and the bus enthusiast.

The Museum of Bus Transportation has partnered with the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum (AACAM) to establish a joint museum. Exhibits change throughout the year.  We currently have 12 full-size buses on the floor. One of the more exciting programs we do is our annual SPRING FLING - find out more on our website.




CONTACT INFO:

161 Museum Drive
Hershey, PA  17033
Phone: (717) 566-7100 ext. 119
Fax: (717) 566-7300

Website: www.busmuseum.org
Email: thebusmuseum@yahoo.com

 

SALEM WITCH MUSEUM
Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum presents one of the most tragic and enduring events in American history…THE WITCH HYSTERIA of 1692.  Interest in what happened 300 years ago remains high and in fact keeps growing. 

Our exhibit WITCHES EVOLVING PERCEPTIONS traces the myths of this mysterious religion.  From midwives and healers to witch hunts and wiccans…Do you believe in witches?  Don't answer until you see Salem's Most Visited Museum.




CONTACT INFO:

Washington Square
Salem, Massachusetts
Phone: 978-744-1692
Fax: 978-744-2688

Website: www.salemwitchmuseum.com
Email:merryw@salemwitchmuseum.com

 

SEASHORE TROLLEY MUSEUM
 Seashore Trolley Museum

Founded in 1939, The Seashore Trolley Museum is the oldest and largest museum of public transportation with a collection representing almost every major American city. Explore three exhibit carbarns, witness the restoration process from the observation gallery in our restoration shop and ride a streetcar out along a portion of the Atlantic Shore Line Railway, once an electric interurban route.
The Seashore Trolley Museum has an extensive collection of motor coaches. During many of our special events we bring out vehicles, such as our buses, that aren’t routinely operated.  Our Annual Transit Day event held on Columbus day weekend is the largest of these events, and this is when we put the spotlight our bus, trackless trolley, and rapid transit collections.




CONTACT INFO:

PO Box A
195 Log Cabin Road
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
Phone: (207) 967-2712
Fax: (207) 967-0867
Website: www.trolleymuseum.org
Email: busi.ofc@neerhs.org