Heritage Motor Museum
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Fun for all the family, the Heritage Motor
Centre houses informative and interactive exhibitions charting the history
of British motoring from the 1890s to present day with around 250 cars on
|Walk the Time Road and
discover how motoring and family life has changed through the decades with
period music and memorable events including the introduction of double
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.
Free guided tours operate twice a day and
there is an onsite café serving hot and cold meals and snacks.
Taken on The Porsche Club Cotswold Rally
Within the 65 acres of grounds there are
also outdoor activities include 4x4 Experience, Go-Karts, Miniature Roadway
(each with separate charge), nature path, children's playground and picnic
Location: Heritage Motor Museum, Gaydon,
Getting there: Follow the signs from M40 J12.
From J12 take the B4451 to Gaydon, turn right onto B4100 and the Motor
Museum is on the left.
Access: Disabled parking near the entrance and
lift access to all floors.
Other Useful Websites:
Address: Heritage Motor Centre, Banbury Road,
Postcode: CV35 0BJ
Telephone: 01926 641188
Opening Times: Daily 10am to 5pm Closed 24th
Dec-1st Jan inclusive.
Charges: Adults £9; Children (5-16) £7 (under
5's) FREE; Concessions £8; Family (2+3) £28
Other Location Pages:
Stratford on Avon
Notes: Children under 16 must be accompanied
by an adult at all times
FREE guided tours operate at 11.15am and
Tesco Clubcard Deals Tokens cannot be used on
5 days per year - see website for details.
See also our page
Tesco Clubcard Deals
CIN Page Ref: motor_museum_gaydon
Date Updated: 07/2008
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