British Motor Museum - Welcome Gallery

We're Good to Go

The British Motor Museum has been awarded the ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry charter mark by VisitEngland. This means we have all the required processes in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for all and we have adopted new approaches in order to adhere to current government guidelines.

Our Learning Team is committed to providing a safe place for schools to visit so we will be limiting our offer to one school with a maximum of 60 students per day. We will be running a limited programme with only our two most popular workshops available at present - Journeys through Time and History of Transport. These cover a range of age groups however if there is a specific topic or age group you would like us to accommodate, please let us know.


Journeys through Time - KS1

Experience what it was like to own one of the first cars and to drive on Victorian roads, through exciting costumed role-play and a tour along the Museum’s ‘Time Road’. Explore our collection of over 150 historic vehicles including a 1920s London bus complete with conductor! Children will learn how the development of the motor car has changed the way we live our lives over the last century.

From £8 per child



History of Transport - KS2

Discover the history of the motor car, particularly in the West Midlands where cars have been built for over 100 years, in this interactive museum session. You will journey down our Time Road to find out how early cars developed and meet Herbert Austin to discover how the tiny Austin 7 brought motoring to the masses.

From £8 per child


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Don't forget to ask about our Travel Support Fund. We could help with the cost of your transport to the Museum.