Fun for all the family whatever the weather!
Explore the British Motor Museum, the largest collection of historic British cars in the world.
Take a walk down the 'Time Road' and discover how both motoring and family life has changed through the decades including period music and memorable events such as the introduction of double yellow lines.
Travel through 'Making British Cars' and see how influential the motor industry has been over the years and where it is heading in the future.
Get 'Under The Skin' and unravel the mystery of how cars work with interactive exhibits. Experience how suspension has improved over time and compare the difference between rack and pin and power steering.
Enjoy a free guided tour with one of the enthusiastic guides who will help bring the cars to life. There is also an onsite cafe serving hot and cold meals and snacks.
Check our website for information on great school holiday activities and special weekend motoring events.
The standard Museum entry fee is just £40 for a family (2 adults & up to 3 children). Plus get 12 months entry at no extra cost when you agree to Gift Aid or donate your entry fee*, so you can keep coming back time and time again.
*Terms & conditions apply.
For more information visit www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk or call 01926 641188
The British Motor Museum is currently open 4 days a week, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday, 10am - 5pm until 15 July 2021. From 16 July, the Museum will open 7 days a week. Autumn opening times to follow. Pre-booking is essential.
The British Motor Museum is five minutes from Junction 12 of the M40, on the B4100 near the village of Gaydon. It is signed locally with brown Motor Museum road signs. Exit the M40 at Junction 12 and turn left, following the brown Motor Museum signs. Continue for approximately 1 mile and the entrance to the British Motor Museum is on your left.
If using a Sat Nav for directions we recommend you enter the British Motor Museum as a point of interest rather than using the postcode.
The Museum has free and ample parking for its Museum visitors.