Museum of Bus Transportation
"The largest collection of buses on display under one roof in the U.S." That only equals a dozen buses, but they do take up a lot of space.
The museum takes the position that buses are "unrecognized and under-credited in the museum halls of our nation" and attempts to set the record straight through exhibits of memorabilia, old photos, toys, bus stop signs, and of course the buses themselves. The displays begin in 1912, the dawn of the modern bus, and end in 1975. No atomic-powered or flying buses here -- yet.
A single admission price allows visitors to tour adjacent buildings with displays of old motorcycles and cars (including Betty White's 1977 Cadillac and an 1896 Baushke, the oldest running car in the U.S.). But their collections can't match the sleek lines of a Greyhound M-180 or a Trailways Golden Eagle.