Join Us for The Museum of Bus Transportation Spring Fling at The AACA Museum, Inc.

June 2, 2018

Join the fleet at the Museum of Bus Transportation (MBT), Spring Fling! See the MBT bus collection, located in the lower level of the AACA Museum, Inc. and the Parade of Buses on Saturday, June 2, 2018, from 8 AM to 4 PM. We are excited to celebrate all modes of bus transportation from intercity and transit to school buses and motor coach conversions at this can’t miss bus event!

Guests of all ages are welcome at the AACA Museum, Inc. to celebrate the MBT Spring Fling. There will be a shuttle bus running every hour between the AACA Museum and MBT storage annex for an exclusive look at what doesn’t fit in the Museum. You will have your chance to see the MBT’s entire fleet along with dozens of visiting buses from all across the United States!

Starting at 3:30 PM will be the Parade of Buses and will feature both vintage and restored buses. Awards will be given out for Longest Distance, People’s Choice, Best School Bus, and Best Conversion Bus. A Special Food Truck will be open on the Museum Grounds for food purchases.

Don’t forget to check inside the Museum! There will be tables of bus and transportation memorabilia for purchase by the public. If you are looking to sell your bus memorabilia, this is a great opportunity to do so! Contact

Mark Szyerski, MBT Marketing Chairmen will be onsite at the AACA Museum, Inc. May 31st through June 1st. If you have any questions feel free to contact Mark at or by phone at (615) 504-6275.

There is a special admission price of $7 per person, regardless of age and free to MBT Members, AACA Museum Members, and AACA Members by showing your current Membership Card upon arrival. As always children age 3 and younger are free.

During your visit also view the AACA Museum’s new exhibits: Mustangs: Six Generations of America’s Favorite Pony Car, featuring Mustangs such as the 1963 Mustang III Concept Show Car, a T-5 European Export Fastback, a Saleen prototype, Boss Mustangs, Shelby’s, GT 350s, and many more! The International Thunderbird Club has a trio of fabulous vehicles on display including a 1957 Battlebird Thunderbird, a 1960 Thunderbird and a 1963 Principality of Monaco Thunderbird.