British Motor Museum
The world's largest collection of historic British cars
Museum Open Daily, 10am-5pm
Small Car. Big history. will take visitors on a journey from the Austin Seven's conception in pre-war Britain, to its reach and influence across the globe - using the Museum’s rich collections of archive materials, artefacts and vehicles.
This is your chance to get closer to the Museum, discover more about us, what we do and support our vital work to preserve the history of British motoring for future generations.
Find the perfect present for a classic car enthusiast - from Heritage Certificates and replica tax discs to DVD's, novelty USB's and Archive Prints.
Celebrate the best of the British motor industry and with hundreds of vehicles from pre-BMC companies, BMC, British Leyland and Rover Group
Join us for our popular anything goes event - a chance for patrolheads to indulge in their passion with like-minded people - whilst having a burger and a drink!
Want to find out more about the British car industry? Book one of our 45 minute virtual history talks.
Our flexible conference and event spaces offer an inspiring backdrop for 5 to 600 delegates or guests.
The British Motor Museum tells the fascinating story of Britain’s motor industry – the designers, the factories, the workers, the cars, the publicity and the drivers.
A birth certificate for your classic car.
See what happens behind the scenes at the British Motor Museum and read the latest Museum and Archive blogs.
Lotus Carlton, VX220, Calibra... Vauxhall's famous heritage collection is now housed at the Museum.
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The British Motor Museum has full disabled access and family friendly facilities.
All toilets offer disabled access and are also equipped with baby changing facilities. We have lifts to all levels, portable induction loops and wheelchairs available on request.
The Museum is open daily, 10am - 5pm
Closed 24 Dec - 1 Jan inclusive
Banbury RoadGaydonWarwickshireCV35 0BJ
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.