Vaux ALL returns to the British Motor Museum on Sunday 18 August 2024!
10am, Sunday 18 August
4pm, Sunday 18 August
Gaydon, CV35 0BJ
British Motor Museum
Following an outstanding inaugural show, Vaux ALL, a celebration of all things Vauxhall, Opel and Bedford, is returning to the British Motor Museum on Sunday 18 August 2024, and is set to be bigger and better than ever!
In 2023, the first ever Vaux ALL show was an undeniable success, attracting more than 500 classic, modern classic, retro and the very latest Vauxhall, Opel and Bedford models, with more than 30 clubs and over 1,000 enthusiasts visiting the British Motor Museum, home of the Vauxhall Heritage Collection.
Returning on Sunday 18 August 2024, guests can expect an even bigger and better Vaux ALL, with more clubs bringing some of the very best examples of rare, special and lost-but-not-forgotten Vauxhall, Opel and Bedford models from all decades – Astra, Corsa, Viva, Carlton, Calibra, Cavalier, Vectra, Insignia, Victor, all these and more will be on display in the Museum grounds.
A firm favourite and back again in 2024 is the main arena, where event organiser and professional commentator Tim Watson will be interviewing guests, discovering clubs and sharing your stories of Vauxhalls from the years gone by.
There will be a range of trade stands too, so whether you are looking for a rare part for your pride and joy, that finishing touch for your garage or simply a model to remember the car your dad drove, you may be able to find it at Vaux ALL.
On top of the event itself, your show tickets include the opportunity to explore the Museum and Collections Centre, home to over 400 historic British cars, including the Vauxhall Heritage Collection, a selection of cars and vans from across the storied history of Vauxhall, from the first 5hp four-seater car from 1903 to the 587 bhp VXR8 GTS-R of 2017.
Tim Watson is a long-standing show commentator, having presented a wide variety of events at the British Motor Museum for over a decade. A lifelong Vauxhall enthusiast and owner, Tim is the man behind the Vaux ALL show and will be welcoming you to the Museum on the day, presenting the show with club displays in the main arena.
Throughout the year, Tim will be sharing exclusive behind-the-scenes videos of the build up to the event. Check out this playlist and Subscribe to Our Tim on YouTube for all the latest content here.
For all of the latest show updates, visit and follow the official Vaux ALL Facebook page here.
Make sure you join the official Vaux ALL Event on Facebook, too, where other enthusiast and guests will be sharing their updates on the run up to the event. Tap here to join.
As well as documenting the build up to the 2024 show, there is already plenty for you to see on YouTube. Check out these videos to see what you missed in 2023, including the official highlights video and all the action from the main arena:
Watch the Official Show Film here.
See the VauxALL Main Arena film here.
It doesn’t matter if your GM Product is a car, bus or commercial or a boat - you are welcome at Vaux ALL. For just £11, you get a display pass for your vehicle and admission for the driver. You can also add any additional passengers at the exhibitor rates of £11 per adult and £7 per child. To book, simply tap the ‘BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE’ button below.
If you have not pre-booked your vehicle, you will not be able to exhibit it in the display areas and will be directed to public car parking. Tickets are sold on a per-person (not per car) basis – every person in the vehicle must have a pre-booked ticket to enter the show. All of these tickets also include admission to the event, Museum and Collections Centre.
Gates open to Vehicle Exhibitors on the day at 7.30am. All display vehicles must be in place by 9.30am.
To exhibit your car as part of a club, you must pre-book your club stand and pre-purchase your tickets. An appropriate member from your club should contact Tim Watson directly via email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, contact details, club name and an estimated number of vehicles. Club members can purchase their tickets via the link below. Please note – all vehicles, owners and attendees must purchase a ticket. Booking a club stand does not provide entry to the show.
Once your club stand is confirmed, all attendees MUST PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE via the button below.
For just the cost of our standard entry, you can enjoy the event and explore the Museum too. Book in advance and SAVE! Tickets cost just £16 per adult, £9 per child, £14 per concession and £43 for a family. To book, tap the ‘BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE’ button below.
When booking your ticket, choose to donate your entry fee when prompted and in return we’ll convert your ticket to an Annual Pass at no extra cost. You will also have the chance to Gift Aid your donation. Please be a Gift Aid visitor if you can, it makes a big difference to our charity. This can only be done at the time of booking.
You can visit the show, Museum and Collections Centre for free! Simply select your visit date and choose the ‘Premium Members & Members’ option and follow the steps. Tap here to book your ticket.
Make the most of our summer show and camp in the Museum grounds – whether that be in your display vehicle, a tent, caravan or motorhome. This is available on the evening of Saturday 17 August 2024.
Book in advance and save £10 with camping for just £25 per pitch (max. 4 people). If booking on the day, this costs £35 per pitch. Camping tickets can be booked with your show entry tickets below. Be quick, we have a limited number of pitches and it’s first come, first served.
The campsite will be open from 4pm on the Saturday evening - do not arrive before then, as the campsite marshal will not be able for check-in. Campers will be able to arrive up until 9pm, when the gates will be closed until 7.30am the next morning. All campers must vacate the site by 6pm on the Sunday, after the show finishes.
Please drive safely, respect our local community and abide by all speed limits. CCTV is in operation and unacceptable driving behaviour may result in footage being shared with the police.