British Motor Museum at Gaydon

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  • 300 Classic, Vintage and Veteran Cars on display
  • 50 cars displayed in Museum
  • 250 cars in Collections Centre – cars can be viewed. Volunteers are on hand to give information
  • Daily, continuing restoration of cars can be seen from a viewing gallery
  • Closed 24th December to 1st January inclusive
  • Opening times:
  • Collections Centre from 11am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
  • Main Museum from 10am to 5pm – 7 days a week
  • Cafe offers gluten free options (separate kitchen for gluten free)
  • Prices: Adult £14 – Child £9 (Some concessions available)
  • 7 shows announced
  • 9 events announced
  • 28 miles from premises CV35 0BJ

  • Youtube (6 mins)
     Pro quality video (talk by volunteer at 1.21 to 1.52) 
  • See many other excellent videos on youtube
  • 7 shows
  • Family events
  • Lectures
  • 4 workshops
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  • Some of the cars displayed (from wikipedia)
    The very first Land Rover (1948)
    The first and last production models of the Land Rover Freelander
    Various Land Rover, Range Rover, and Rover P5 vehicles used by the British Royal Family and senior politicians
    An SAS Land Rover
    Prototype Land Rover 101 Recovery Truck
    Shaun the Sheep Land Rover Defender
    Land Rover Series 2 track wheeled off road vehicle
    Rare Land Rover Llama lorry
    The millionth Land Rover Discovery 4
    The first and last production models of the Rover 75
    Rover Gas Turbine cars
    The Metro 1.3 HLS as shown at the 1980 Motor Show
    Metro 6R4 Rally Car
    Various MG Speed Record cars
    The first Mini produced: 621 AOK
    The last Rover Mini Cooper produced (2000)
    The Minis that won the Monte Carlo Rally during the 1960s
    Various Mini based prototypes, such as the Minissima
    FAB1 from the Thunderbirds film
    An Ascari KZ1 show car from 2000
    Rolls-Royce Phantom
    The last Aston Martin DB7
    Aston Martin V12 Vanquish
    Sinclair C5
    Ford RS200
    The last production Austin Montego
    Ford Escort Mark I as used in the 1970 London to Mexico World Cup Rally
    Jaguar R1 Formula One racecar from 2000