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Heritage Motor Museum

The Heritage Motor Centre Motor Museum in Warwickshire is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars. Visitors can uncover the story of the British motor industry with our fun and interactive exhibitions.

Great days out for the family with children’s activity packs and Warwickshire school holiday activities. There are free guided museum tours twice a day and outdoor activities including a children’s play area, picnic site and Land Rover Experience.

Eat lunch in our excellent Junction Twelve Café and, when you’ve enjoyed the museum, stop by our museum gift shop and pick up some motoring memorabilia.

The Heritage Motor Centre is home to the world’s largest collection of British Cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras and is a mecca for car enthusiasts.

CAR COLLECTION
Discover our Car Collection which is nearly 300 cars strong and find out how the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust was formed to secure the collection for the Nation.

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS CENTRE
Our plan is to build a new store here at Gaydon in 2013, with space for the 100 cars we have in reserve, together with space for expansion in the future. Once complete, the building will be open every day for you to look inside and a new group of tour guides.

READING ROOM
One of the many attractions on offer at the Heritage Motor Centre is the Archive Reading Room which contains an extensive Reference Library including a wide variety of books about motoring and the motor industry.

OPENING TIMES
Open: Daily 10.00am – 5.00pm
Closed: 24 December to 1 January inclusive

ADDRESS
Heritage Motor Centre
Banbury Road,
Gaydon,
Warwickshire,
CV35 0BJ

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