British Motor Museum
The world's largest collection of historic British cars
Museum Open Daily, 10am-5pm
Filter your view of events with one of the options below
2 Jul 2022
Come and see some of the finest buses from all over the UK at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon!
Find Out More
3 JUL 2022
Join us and see hundreds of electric vehicles at the British Motor Museum.
9 JUL 2022
Young Driver are running a driving school at the British Motor Museum. This is a fantastic opportunity for those aged ...
We've teamed up with Young Driver to offer Fire Engine driving experiences at the British Motor Museum. A fantastic ...
We've teamed up with Young Driver to offer Classic Car Experiences for kids of all ages from 10 to 100.
10 JUL 2022
Celebrate the best of the British motor industry and see hundreds of vehicles produced by pre-BMC companies, BMC, ...
12 Jul 2022
We look forward to welcoming all motoring enthusiasts and all sorts of vehicles to our July Gaydon Gathering.
17 JUL 2022
All kinds of Classic Fords come together and celebrate at the British Motor Museum.
The Rootes Archive Centre Trust hold their first ever Rootes Heritage Day, to celebrate of all kinds of Rootes ...
22 JUL 2022
The Birmingham 2022 Queen's Baton Relay will visit the British Motor Museum on Friday 22 July as part of its route ...
July - Sept
Fuel their imagination this Summer holiday with a range of family activities for all the family to enjoy!
24 Jul 2022
A major show for MINIs post 2000, which will showcase the JCW Owners and create an annual event aimed at modern MINIs ...
Explore this family-friendly motor museum in Warwickshire and its impressive Collections Centre to discover the fascinating story of the British motor industry.
Learning is for everyone. Suitable for all ages, abilities and interests, you can enjoy our unforgettable learning experiences.
Get the most out of your visit to the British Motor Museum, find out opening times and prices as well as family activities and exhibitions.
to our newsletter
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.