At the British Motor Museum, guests will find the world's greatest collection of historic British cars – from the very first Land Rover to Lady Penelope's FAB1. Discover the sights, sounds and stories of the British motor industry and get ‘under the skin' with the interactive exhibits.
Where is British Motor Museum located?
The British Motor Museum is located near the village of Gaydon in Warwickshire just off the M40. Leave the motorway at Junction 12 and take the B4100. Attraction signed.
What is the history of British Motor Museum to the present day?
The British Motor Museum (previously the Heritage Motor Centre) opened its doors in 1993. Trust's collection of vehicles was displayed at Syon Park in London whilst the remainder were stored at Studley Castle in Warwickshire along with the archive collection.
Trust has raised funds for many development projects over the years, most recently opening the brand new Collections Centre, to house the reserve vehicle collections of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Jaguar Heritage Trust.
The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust's mission is to collect, conserve, research and display for the benefit of the nation, motor vehicles, archives and ancillary material relating to the history of the motor industry in Great Britain.
What is there to see and do at British Motor Museum?
The 'Time Road' allows visitors to discover how both motoring and family life has evolved throughout time including period music and memorable events.
'Making British Cars' encourages guests to see how important the motor industry has been over the decades and what its future holds.
Get 'Under The Skin' and learn the secrets of how cars work with interactive exhibits. Discover the progression of motor suspension and compare the difference between rack and pin and power steering.
Experience a free guided tour with one of the knowledgeable tour guides who have the power to bring the cars to life.