British Motor Museum
The world's largest collection of historic British cars
Museum Open Daily, 10am-5pm
Explore the technologies and ideas that will take our cars into the future.
Discover Vauxhall's Heritage Collection now housed at the Museum.
Celebrating 40 years of these wonderful little cars.
A stunning collection of automotive art, in collaboration with Historic Car Art.
100 years of the Austin Seven - an exhibition that celebrated this small car that made a big impact on Britain’s motoring history.
An exhibition that explored over 120 years of history from a British motoring legend.
The exhibition that told the story of how Daytona became one of the most successful British motorcycle names of all time.
This exhibition brought to life the fascinating stories of the communities which are part of the West Midlands' motor industry.
This exhibition celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Jaguar E-type and was created by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust.
This exciting exhibition inspired much curiosity and debate around the future of the car. By exploring futuristic car design, it challenged our idea of how we will interact with the cars of the future.
This exhibition celebrated the 60th anniversary of Jaguar purchasing Daimler and was brought to you by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust.
Range Rover Exhibition celebrating 50 years of this British icon.
To celebrate Mini's 60th anniversary in 2019 we are gathering together as many of our unrivalled Mini collection together and discover why it is one of the most iconic cars in the World!
Discover the fascinating stories behind seven of the cars featured on the TV show Car S.O.S.
50 British motoring objects which have been chosen by local community groups.
British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, Registered Charity in England & Wales: 286575
Banbury RoadGaydonWarwickshireCV35 0BJ
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