What else to do locally

If you are looking for something else to do after visiting the British Motor Museum don’t worry! There’s something for the whole family to see and do to keep you occupied during your visit to the Midlands. Shakespeare’s home county offers exciting places to visit and things to do no matter your age!

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Official tourism information for Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare's home town) Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth & Warwickshire.

Shakespear's England - Guide to Warwickshire

The official tourist information web site for the West Midlands. Everything you need to plan a holiday: accommodation, food and drink, attractions and entertainment. 

Visit Heart of England's website

The official visitor website for Birmingham and the region. Discover places to visit in Birmingham, top restaurants, attractions, hotels and much more.

Visit Birmingham website

Planning on visiting the Cotswolds?...Click here to get the latest information on Attractions, Events, Accommodation, Shopping & Eating Out...Maps & Guides available too!

Visit the official Cotswolds Tourism Information website

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Day Out With the Kids

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Motoring related websites...


British Motor Museums

A comprehensive guide to motor museums in the UK.

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Explore this family-friendly motor museum in Warwickshire and its impressive Collections Centre to discover the fascinating story of the British motor industry.

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Learning is for everyone. Suitable for all ages, abilities and interests, you can enjoy our unforgettable learning experiences.

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Collections Centre

A true ‘behind the scenes’ experience which allows the public to see how we store, and restore, our car collections.

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What a fantastic day out. This gem of place was so interesting. I was thrilled by the exhibits especially the 1930s caravan and Lady Penelope's FAB1.