The Annex is then set up inside for a large bus memorabilia and collectibles flea market, the largest of its kind in many years within North America.
Offered will be bus toys, models, badges, photographs, books, fare boxes, uniforms, magazines, depot signs, destination roll signs, and many other objects.
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Return service to the New Brunswick train station is provided by "Weekend 1 or Weekend 2" with frequent service from the Rutgers Student Center bus stop on College Avenue in front of the Annex.
auto, bus, rv parking allowed on the Annex grounds.) The Museum is 1 mile west of Hershey Park, Chocolate World, and Hershey Park Drive on Route 39.
The Gymnasium Annex at Rutgers is easily accessible from the New Brunswick train station that serves NJ Transit and Amtrak trains, as well as buses from NYC's Port Authority Bus Terminal via Coach USA-Suburban Transit.
(New vendors are always welcome as long as your sales are bus collectible and bus industry related. Market space is limited and only those who make reservations will be accommodated if available space is filled before early June.Please contact us for prevailing regulations and to reserve space inside the Annex building. No sales are allowed on the outside of the Annex Building or at the Bus Museum Building itself.) The Museum of Bus Transportation will also be open at its usual admission fees and offer complete access to all the antique auto and vintage bus displays and showcases on three floors as well as the large Gift Shop. Route 39 is also exit # 77 of I-81 - drive east 4.5 miles to the Museum on the right.Once a year, the Museum of Bus Transportation opens its Memorial Annex and Grounds to the public by displaying there all the vehicles not currently on the Museum floor.The Weekend 1 bus departs approximately every 35 minutes between 8 AM to 12 PM, then every 22-33 minutes thereafter.