British Motor Museum

The Museum opened in 1993 (then called the Heritage Motor Centre) and is home to the collections of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, which cares for the world’s largest collection of British historic cars with over 300 vehicles spanning the classic, vintage and veteran eras, and an internationally important archive containing more than 1 million photographic images, film, business records, publicity material and other documents. The Museum has undergone a major transformation over the last decade that has seen the construction of a new £4million Collections Centre, the redevelopment of its exhibition galleries, enhancement of visitor facilities and in 2016 a rebranding, resulting in a new name, the British Motor Museum.



Address: British Motor Museum, Banbury Road, Gaydon, CV35 0BJ