Museums & Venues

Aldridge Transport Museum

A wide range of vehicles, Buses, Commercial Vehicles, Private Cars, Transport Memorabilia...

All with a West Midlands connection. You will also see vehicles in various stages of restoration, and we intend to have many of these back to roadworthy condition soon.

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Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre

Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is set in a 36 acre site in the South Downs National Park.

Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service (both provide free nostalgic travel around the site).

Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more. The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople, such as the blacksmith and potter.

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Anson Engine Museum

This unusual and fascinating museum used to be one of the best kept secrets among Cheshire's many attractions. Over the past few years it has undergone some major changes and is now recognised as one of the Country’s leading specialist museums.

Situated just south of Manchester on the site of the old Anson Colliery, it is the result of Les Cawley and Geoff Challinor's years of hard work collecting and restoring engines.

The museum is a registered charity and does not receive government or public funding towards its running costs. To date most of the work has been carried out and funded by the volunteers and Friends of the museum. It was described by one of its visitors as ‘run on a shoestring and fuelled by enthusiasm’.

Despite this the award winning museum has flourished and now houses a unique collection of over 250 gas and oil engines, many maintained in running order. Ranging from early Crossley gas engines through to more modern diesels. Engine enthusiasts from all over the world come to visit this fascinating museum.

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Aston Martin Heritage Trust

The Aston Martin Heritage Trust is a public educational charity (No.1072410), governed by the Charity Commission and dedicated to recording and preserving the history of Aston Martin.  Founded in 1998, the Trust opened its Museum and Archive in 2002 in the historic tithe barn at Drayton St Leonard in Oxfordshire, UK. We are the official archive for Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. and the Aston Martin Owners Club; our collections continue to grow through purchases, generous donations and loans.  We have a very significant and growing collection of original items relating to all aspects of the Aston Martin marque, which is secured for future generations.  A dedicated team of unpaid volunteers and Trustees supports a small number of professional staff in caring for the collections and the visitors.

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Atwell Wilson Motor Museum

We are a small friendly museum situated in the heart of Wiltshire. The majority of our exhibits are cars from the 1920’s onwards. We also have a collection of motorcycles, mopeds and push bikes as well as interesting motoring memorabilia and a reconstructed 1930’s style garage complete with cars.

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Battlesbridge Motorcycle Museum

This little museum evokes an ambience of motor cycling through the ages with assorted memorabilia scattered between the classic and vintage motorcycles.

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Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s.

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Bentley Motor Museum

Bentley Motor Museum contains a unique collection of cars, motorcycles cycles and vehicles, which span over 100 years of road transport history.

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Bexhill Museum - The Technology Collection

Celebrating Bexhill’s role as the birth place of British Motor racing. You can see three vehicles representing different eras and technology: a reproduction steam driven 1902 Serpollet or ‘Easter Egg’, a 1958 mk III Elva sports racing car and the 1993 world record breaker Volta electric car. There are hands on displays so you can have a go at changing a car’s tyre, installing spark plugs and see how engines work.

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Black Country Living Museum

Something magnificent and profound happened in this part of the UK. Its impact was felt the world over, as modernity took hold, creating fame and admiration for the Black Country.

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Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It remains highly relevant to our lives today and for the future. It is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. It played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the conflict.

Over the past twenty years Bletchley Park has become an internationally renowned heritage attraction, visited by people from around the world, which acknowledges the successes from the War and the people responsible for them. It celebrates their values: broad-minded patriotism; commitment; discipline; technological excellence. By presenting and explaining these achievements and these values, in the very place where they occurred, Bletchley Park brings together the dramatic history of the twentieth century with the challenges we face in the twenty first in our rapidly changing and technologically complex society.

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Bo'ness Motor Museum

Fantastic collection of classic cars including world famous tv and movie cars and props from james bond, harry potter, the 51st state and much more.

Hundreds of exhibits and over 25 vehicles on display.

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Bradford Industrial Museum

Moorside Mills was built around 1875 as a small worsted spinning Mill by John Moore. Ownership of the mills changed many times, and they developed and grew. In 1970, Bradford Council bought Moorside Mills from Messrs. W & J Whitehead to create an innovative museum.

Bradford's Industrial Museum has permanent displays of textile machinery, steam power, engineering, printing machinery and motor vehicles, along with an exciting exhibitions programme. You can enjoy the splendour of Moorside House where the Mill Manager lived, or visit the Mill-workers' terraced houses dressed to reflect three different time periods.

Machine running times - subject to availability, please ring before your visit to confirm

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British Commercial Vehicle Museum


Admire horse-drawn vehicles from the 1880s and learn how they gave way first to steam driven, then petrol & diesel powered motor lorries & buses. Perhaps remember times when garages might have just a single fuel pump, and someone would come out to serve you petrol at less than 4 shillings a gallon!

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British Motor Museum

The world's largest collection of Historic British cars. There are over 300 classic cars for you to explore from both the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Jaguar Heritage Trust, plus our free tours and interactive family activities, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained.

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Bury Transport Museum

The industrial heritage of the North West is brought to life before your very eyes at Bury Transport Museum. Through stunningly restored vehicles, original artifacts and interactive exhibits, your family can explore the lives and jobs of people in the early 20th Century.

There is plenty to keep both adults and children entertained, whether that’s discovering the horse drawn tram that was once a chip shop, learning about how “Hilda” the steam roller almost met her end, meeting the bus with a history in movies or taking a look around the smallest museum inside of a museum in the UK!

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Caister Castle

The Castle is currently home to the largest private collection of motor vehicles in Britain which is housed in a purpose built museum and includes many fine and rare veteran, vintage, classic, sports and touring automobiles and motorcycles. 

Highlights include:

  • An 1893 Panhard et Levassor (the first real car in the world)
  • The very first Ford Fiesta off the production line
  • Jim Clark's Lotus Peter Rachman's Cadillac
  • A Bentley Speed 6 Bugatti Harley Davidson and many more... 

The collection is complemented by a display of bicycles, horse-drawn vehicles, pedal cars and other related items.

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Canvey Island Transport Museum

Canvey Island Transport Museum welcomes visitors on the First and Third Sundays of each month between April and October. Our doors are open from 10am to 5pm.

There is no charge for entry, though donations are very welcome. Museum volunteers will be on hand to show you around and answer your questions. Our museum shop and model railway display will be open (subject to staff availability).

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Charles Burrell Museum

This museum, housed in Burrells original paint shop, tells the story of the Charles Burrell Works – a Thetford business that once employed 350 people and supplied beautiful and reliable steam-powered engines throughout the world, now running solely from donations and support from the Trustees and Volunteers. Burrells built traction engines, agricultural machinery, steam trucks wagons and tram engines, thriving until the internal combustion engine took over from steam power. Displays include fine engines and agricultural machinery alongside recreations of parts of the original works such as the foundry and the machine shop.

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Cotswold Motoring Museum

Cotswold Motoring Museum’s collections are full of vehicles, toys and memorabilia from a bygone age.
Maybe you’ll find a classic car just like the one you learned to drive in, or a vintage motorbike that reminds you of the one you used to ride. Does that 1970s caravan bring back memories of long, lazy family holidays?

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Coventry Transport Museum

An exhilarating Free Day Out in the Midlands

Coventry Transport Museum houses the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles in the world, and tells the fascinating story of Coventry and its people through the rise and fall of its biggest industry. Now fully reopen (as of 20th June 2015) after a £9.5m redevelopment programme, this huge museum offers a whole FREE day out of fun and discovery for visitors of all ages – all in an iconic city-centre building, and all completely free.

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Dover Transport Museum

Dover Transport Museum is a registered charity and the only museum of its kind in Kent.

The museum is home to many forms of vintage transport and also features vintage shop fronts displaying the kind of items that were familiar to our young visitors' grandparents and great grandparents.

With a large visitor operated model railway and a taxi & bus hunt for children, a visit to the museum makes a memorable family day out.

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Dundee Museum of Transport

Dundee Museum of Transport opened in April 2014 after three years of building renovation and preparation. In the last year we have expanded our exhibition space with a recently added third display hall.

We are pleased to welcome visitors to our museum, centrally placed in Dundee and with an expanding and varied collection. We aim to tell the stories of local transport pioneers and innovators as well as displaying vehicles from local and national collections. Come along and learn about Dundee’s tram network, railway and marine history. Look around our constantly changing selection of cars, commercial vehicles and buses. Get up close and personal with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and have a look at our recreation of Dundee’s first flying machine. When you have completed your tour, enjoy a cuppa’ and a cake in our tearoom, and browse the merchandise in our shop. We host transport related events throughout the year, so keep an eye on our website for details of these, and new additions to our collection.

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East Anglia Transport Museum

Here you can see a unique project; the creation of a museum of street transport designed to show the development of mechanical transport over the best part of a century. The essence of transport is movement, so we are building a living museum where vehicles of yesteryear can be seen in action, where half-forgotten sounds of the past are brought back to life and where visitors can journey back in time by travelling on a few of the exhibits along the Museum’s streets. Many old vehicles seem ill at ease in a rural environment, so our aim is to develop a street scene of houses and shops, complete with authentic street furniture of bygone days, rescued by us from many parts of the country.

At Carlton Colville we have one of the widest ranges of preserved vehicles of any museum, and further exhibits are still accepted from time to time, although restrictions on covered accommodation necessarily confine these mainly to items of local or specific historic interest.

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Filching Manor Motor Museum

The Foulkes Halbard collection is based around the record breaking Campbell family's many achievements. As part of the collection we have Sir Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird K3 world record breaking boat, along with other famous Campbell cars, boats and memorabilia.

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Grampian Transport Museum

Located in the vibrant village of Alford, just 45 minutes from Aberdeen, the Grampian Transport Museum boasts an impressive range of transport exhibits, from travelling chariots of the 1800's, to some of the fastest cars ever made.

The museum is a living museum that probes the past, present and future. Many exhibits are climb aboard, hands on and even ride on! The exhibits are updated every year during the closed season, providing a wide range of new and exciting things to see each year.

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Haynes International Motor Museum

The Haynes International Motor Museum is the UK's largest collection of the greatest cars from around the world with over 400 amazing cars and bikes from the dawn of motoring in the late 1800s through nostalgic classics of the 1950s and 1960s, glorious Bentleys and Rolls Royces to world renowned super cars like the Jaguar XJ220.

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Ipswich Transport Museum

We house a fabulous collection of transport and engineering objects relating to Ipswich and the surrounding area. We're a volunteer run Museum, and trace our roots back to 1965, when Eric Mouser bought an old Dennis Ace bus. That bus spawned a collection of over 100 major exhibits all with local connections in that they were made or used in and around Ipswich.

So, whether you are interested in buses, lorries, bikes, cranes or carriages, social history or just want to know a bit more about the area, you will find our museum a fascinating place.


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Jaguar Heritage Trust

Established in 1983, The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust (JDHT) is a registered charitable Trust. Our Charity registration number is: 286863.

JDHT’s aims and mission are to:

Establish, maintain and promote for the benefit of the nation, the permanent preservation of historic archives, artefacts and motor vehicles manufactured and sold by Jaguar Cars Ltd (now renamed Jaguar Land Rover Ltd) and its predecessor companies under the marquee names of Swallow, SS, Jaguar, Daimler and Lanchester, where such vehicles are of actual potential historic, scientific importance and education value.

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Kelham Island Museum

Sheffield was a world manufacturer of parts, such as railway springs, buffers, axles, wheels, gear boxes and wagon wheels. Sheffield also produced whole vehicles such as railway carriages, bicycles, motorcycles, cars and lorries.

The main museum building was built as a power generating station in 1897 for the city's original tram system.

The collection consists of items of transport and of transport related material.

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Lakeland Motor Museum

Explore our fascinating collection of over 30,000 exhibits that trace the development of road transport throughout the twentieth century - cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and automobilia.

Housed in a converted mill in the heart of the Lake District, we’re minutes from Lake Windermere and offer joint tickets with Windermere Lake Cruises and other local attractions.

Much more than just a motor museum, our local history and period shopping displays, authentic recreations and picturesque riverside cafe makes it a great day out for the whole family.

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Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

The LVVS is based at the Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum, Whisby Road, North Hykeham, Lincoln where the museum houses a collection of over 65 vintage cars, buses and commercial vehicles spanning over 80 years of road transport history. There are also many interesting displays of transport history.

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Llangollen Motor Museum

Your experience when visiting this lovely museum will be interesting and informative but most of all it demonstrates

the charm and character of our motoring past and in itself, it is a charming place, oozing with character.

The museum is a much loved family run bussiness, We are very welcoming and love to here your stories of your


Our star Car "Humphrey" 1962 Triumph TR 4 Winner of many Concours

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Mathewson's Motor Museum

For many years Mathewson's displayed their own collection of classic & vintage vehicles in the Museum based at Thornton-Dale. However. Due to the popularity of our classic car auctions more space was required. Our own static collection had to be relocated to accommodate the growing number of sale entries.

This has its advantages. Due to our regular sales we now have a constant changing display of vehicles and memorabilia. Each visit will see a new selection of vehicles making the experience more enjoyable.

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Mathewsons Motor Mueseum

For many years Mathewson's displayed their own collection of classic & vintage vehicles in the Museum based at Thornton-Dale. However. Due to the popularity of our classic car auctions more space was required. Our own static collection had to be relocated to accommodate the growing number of sale entries.

This has its advantages. Due to our regular sales we now have a constant changing display of vehicles and memorabilia. Each visit will see a new selection of vehicles making the experience more enjoyable.

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Milestones Museum

Explore our unique collection of vintage vehicles which includes examples from Hampshire’s big three manufacturers: Taskers of Andover and Wallis & Steevens and Thornycroft, both of Basingstoke.

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Milton Keynes Museum

From a sedan chair to Clive Sinclair’s futuristic C5, from a precarious Penny Farthing to a comfortable canal boat, the story of transport is told in this large gallery. Our centrepiece is the enormous tram which used to carry 100 workers from Stony Stratford each day to Wolverton Works.

Look out too for the fascinating collection of bikes through the ages, including the infamous ‘boneshaker’, a lovingly recreated garage mechanic’s shop, and a Romany caravan to try for size.

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Moray Motor Museum

Based in the centre of Elgin (the capital of Morayshire, close to the Cooper Park), Moray Motor Museum is housed in a light and airy old mill building, part of which dates back to the era of the Cathedral when the Bishops of Moray ruled Moravia, and was used by them as a grain mill.

The Moray Motor Museum houses a superb collection of veteran, vintage, classic cars and motorbikes. Most of which are on the button ready to go, added to this are the model cars and automobilia which make this a visit not be missed.

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Moretonhampstead Motor Museum

Moretonhampstead Motor Museum is home to a collection of over 130 historic vehicles, including pre-1920s to the 1990s. Run by local motoring enthusiast Frank Loft, the museum is housed in a newly refurbished bus depot in Moretonhampstead, Devon. The collection is complemented by motoring artefacts and automobilia, and the viewable restoration workshop makes it more than just a museum.

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Museum of Power

Housed in a former Water Pumping Station, the Museum contains a fascinating collection which ranges from a working overhead machine shop to a petrol powered iron. The jewel in our crown is the 'Lilleshall' triple expansion steam pump now back on steam after 50 years.

On NON event days there is a small CHARGE for entry to the Museum, however it is FREE for you to explore our riverside walks, climb our observation platform or enjoy a cream tea in our Steam Pump Tea Room. Entrance fees for our EVENTS are shown on the web site Events Page. There is plenty to do and see for adults and children alike at the Museum of Power

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Myreton Motor Museum

Myreton Motor Museum was founded in 1966 by Willie Dale and has a large collection exhibits such as cars, bicycles, motor cycles and commercial vehicles dating from 1899. There is also an interesting assortment of period advertising, posters, enamel signs, and toy vehicles.

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National Cycle Museum

Discover the 200 year history of the bicycle through the museums cycle displays. See how their designs have changed and developed throughout the years through the collection of over 260 bicycles, from tandem bikes to Penny Farthings to tricycles.

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National Motor Museum, Beaulieu

From the earliest motor carriages to classic family saloons, the world-famous National Motor Museum has one of the finest collections of cars, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia in the world.

From legendary F1 cars and land speed record breakers for the speed freaks, to incredible examples of pioneering motoring for the history-buffs. If you time it right you'll even hear vehicles starting up!

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National Motorcycle Museum

The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world and originally opened its doors in October 1984 with a collection of 350 motorcycles on display. The Museum owes its formation to the drive and ambition of one man, Mr WR (Roy) Richards. Roy passed away in 2008 but his work continues under the guardianship of Roy’s Widow Christine & Son’s Simon and Nick with The Museum collection now boasting some 1000 plus machines, fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications.

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Newburn Motor Museum

The museum offers a complete service for the day visitor to the most enthusiastic car collector.

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North West Museum of Road

The Museum is a rich blast from the past with items like bus's,car's,motorbikes, fire-engines, push-bikes and even a milk float and a horse drawn carriage.

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On Your Marques

'On Your Marques' Model Car Museum, situated on the East Coast of Lincolnshire, has opened its doors to motoring enthusiasts alike for the past 14 years. As well as the some 4,500 models on display each season, the museum also hosts a café and a 45 metre long Scalextric track, which always provides fun for all the family.

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Riverside Museum

Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper.

Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk through Glasgow streets and visit the shops, bar and subway. Climb aboard a train, tram or bus and get a real feel for old public transport. Discover Glasgow's rich shipbuilding history, explore the car and motorbike walls and help put out a fire with our interactive fire engine.

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Scottish Vintage Bus Museum

Enjoy a nostalgic trip back in time at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, with over 160 buses from the 1920s to the 1990s, there's sure to be a few that bring back memories.

Our museum is situated in a 49-acre site at Lathalmond, near Dunfermline and houses about 190 vehicles, most of which are buses. We are open every Sunday from the first Sunday in April until the first Sunday in October. The entrance charge includes a guided tour of the site and the storage sheds in a vintage bus, starting and ending at the Exhibition Hall - where visitors can spend as much time as they wish. The Exhibition Hall houses vehicles and artifacts as well as the museum cafe and shop.

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Swansea Bus Museum

Swansea Bus Museum restores, operates and displays buses that were once in regular use by public transport companies across South and West Wales.

Our impressive collection mainly consists of vehicles operated by South Wales Transport (SWT) and First Cymru, together with two fine examples of London Transport Routemasters. It is also home to a selection of American cars, commercial vehicles and Land Rovers.

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The Abingdon Collection

The Abingdon Collection represents 50 years of passionate collecting and provides an opportunity for visitors to take a "walk in the past". If you lived through the 50's, 60's and 70's, or just like big boy toys, then there is definitely something for you. The Collection is open by appointment only, but every effort will be made to facilitate small groups or individuals. The Collection is open to visitors free of charge, but contributions are gratefully accepted in aid of Cancer Research UK.

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The Anglesey Transport Museum

Walk back in time and see over 100 classic vehicles dating from the 1920s onward. Set in a replica of a 1940s cobbled street, you can view an assortment of agricultural, military and civilian vehicles including cars, motorbikes, tractors, army trucks, armoured personnel carriers and more. Many of our vehicles have been seen on TV and in movies!

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The Brooklands Museum

The Brooklands Museum is an air museum in Weybridge, Surrey, England, operated by the independent Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd as a charitable trust and a private limited company incorporated on 12 March 1987; its aim is to conserve, protect and interpret the unique heritage of the Brooklands site.

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The Bubblecar Museum

Microcars or bubblecars are a significant part of British motoring history.

An alternative to full size cars, these small, fuel efficient vehicles were powered by engines of less than 700cc in size.

We have over 50 microcars on display, many in thought provoking dioramas. Examples of Bond, Isetta, Reliant, Frisky and Bamby to name but a few. We also have a row of recreated shops for you to explore, memorabilia, a giftshop and a cafe – great for afternoon tea!

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The Bugatti Trust

Home to over 27,000 technical Bugatti factory drawings,10,000 original photographs (low-res versions available for viewing on our website) and ca. 20,000 historic documents. A charitable Trust whose objectives are to preserve and make available for study the works of Ettore Bugatti 

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The C M Booth Collection

The main feature is the unique collection of Morgan 3 wheel cars, 11 are normally on display, dating from 1909 to 1935. Other vehicles include: 1929 Ford 'A', 1929 Morris Van,1904 Humber tri-car, 1936 Bampton Caravan, 1911 P&M m/c sidecar, 1911 Premier m/c. Bicycles and tricycles, displays of toy and model cars, surrounded with auto-mobilia 

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The Frazer Nash Archives

The Frazer Nash Archives at Henley-on-Thames was founded by John Aldington to preserve and promote the history of the Frazer Nash marque, spanning the period between 1910, when the first GN was constructed, until 1957, when the last post-war Frazer Nash design was produced. The Archives also covers the association between Frazer Nash and BMW and the influence of BMW design on the post-war Frazer Nash models.

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The Frazer Nash Archives

The Frazer Nash Archives at Henley-on-Thames was founded by John Aldington to preserve and promote the history of the Frazer Nash marque, spanning the period between 1910, when the first GN was constructed, until 1957, when the last post-war Frazer Nash design was produced. The Archives also covers the association between Frazer Nash and BMW and the influence of BMW design on the post-war Frazer Nash models.

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The Griffin Trust

The Griffin Trust is a charity dedicated to the restoration of classic commercial vehicles based at Hooton Park in Ellesmere Port. We began life in 1990 and have a varied collection of vehicles. If you wish to volunteer then we have a range of roles you could fulfil please contact us to find out more. If you wish to visit us see our events page for opening details.

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The History on Wheels Museum

Situated in the South East of England, in Eton Wick, close to Eton College and within sight of Windsor Castle, History On Wheels is more than just a motor museum.

The Museum was first opened to the public in 1980, and as the name implies, within this Museum can be found a truly unique collection of MOTORS, both Military and Civilian, MILITARIA, from 1900 to the 1950’s, from all conflicting Nations, and MEMORIES, illustrating artefacts of all types from both the civilian and wartime home fronts.

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The Jim Clark Museum

The Jim Clark Memorial Room in the picturesque market town of Duns in the Scottish Borders is dedicated to the life and motor racing career of Jim Clark.

Since its opening in 1969 the Memorial Room has welcomed over 300,000 visitors. It is managed and staffed by Scottish Borders Council.

The modest historic museum is home to a unique collection of over 100 trophies and memorabilia and draws visitors from all over Scotland, the UK and the world.

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The Mike Barry Motorcycle Museum

In the quiet Carlisle countryside, petrol heads from all over the world come to check out Mike Barry’s commendable collection of motorbikes.

Despite the fact that it is advertised little, The Mike Barry Motorcycle Museum in Scaleby Hill attracts visitors from as far afield as America and India, as well as bike enthusiasts closer to home. On Trip Advisor the museum is ranked at number 14 of the 48 top attractions in Carlisle; an impressive feat for just one man pursuing his passion.

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The Postal Museum

Discover the surprising story of the world's first social network. Open everyday from 10.00-17.00.

Ride through the hidden tunnels and discover a unique piece of industrial heritage, then explore inspiring exhibitions packed with incredible objects, exciting stories and fun-filled interactive displays.

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The Streetlife Museum

Climb aboard at the Streetlife Museum of Transport and enjoy all the sights, sounds and smells of the past. Admission to the Streetlife Museum is free.

Experience 200 years of transport history as you walk down a 1940’s high street, board a tram or enjoy the pleasures of our carriage ride.

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The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft

Located between Doncaster and Scunthorpe, the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft has over 60 historic trolleybuses in its collection. Many are in working order and on open days visitors can ride on them. Most of our trolleybuses come from towns and cities around Britain, but there are also a few important examples from around Europe and from Canada and New Zealand. To complement the trolleybuses, the Museum has a number of other historic vehicles, many of them diesel buses.

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Tolson Museum

A vivid and intriguing picture of the area and its people, from pre-history to present day, revealed through unique collections. From Roman finds to textiles, birds to transport, Tolson is a treasure house of the fascinating, the curious and the amazing.

Tolson's Transport Gallery also has a Valveless engine rescued from Waterloo, near Adelaide in Australia. It was returned to Huddersfield by the National Motor Museum of Australia. It also displays David Brown vehicles, horse drawn vehicles and various bicycles, as well as railway and other public transport artefacts.

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Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

Be transported back in time.

Experience what life was like in Northern Ireland over 100 years ago, and explore one of the most comprehensive transport collections in Europe.

Wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum, where you will encounter costumed locals, demonstrating traditional crafts in cottages, farm dwellings, schools, and shops.

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Vintage Motorcycles @ Flambards

Award Winning Indoor Attractions in Cornwall

Walk through history in Flambards’ award winning indoor attractions. For those only interested in the exhibitions and museums, we are offering Indoor Attraction only days.

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World of Country Life - Reg Imray Motorcycle Collection

Come and see one of the South West’s largest collections of massive steam engines, immaculate vintage cars & vehicles. With over 40 vehicles on display, it’s one of the best classic car and vintage vehicle collections permanently open to the public in Devon.

Can you spot our ‘celebrity’ vehicles which have appeared ITV’s Mr Selfridge, Downton Abbey and BBC’s Parade’s End? Film makers are often known to borrow the vehicles - you may spot them out on location!

Then there's the fantastic Reg Imray Motorcycle Collection! World War 2 veteran Reg Imray - a true petrol head through and through - has his collection housed here at World of Country Life. Born in 1922 he owned 168 vehicles since 1941. A former Silverstone car racer and speedway rider, Reg travelled the world and won over 200 trophies with his classic car and motorbike collection – most of which you’ll get to see only at World of Country Life.

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