National Motor Museum
Delegates of the World Forum for Motor Museums are invited to visit the Beaulieu International Autojumble and the National Motor Museum on the weekend of 1 and 2 September 2018.
The National Motor Museum houses over 250 vehicles, from F1 cars and Land Speed Record Breakers to incredible examples of pioneering motoring, with supporting displays including World of Top Gear.
Depending on interest, we would be happy to offer tours of the Museum and a behind-the-scenes look at work in progress in our Workshop. Please indicate if you would be interested in taking one of these tours.
Also at Beaulieu…
See Palace House, home of the Montagu family since 1538; historic Beaulieu Abbey and beautiful gardens.
Beaulieu is on the south coast 90 miles from London.
If you would like to receive a complimentary ticket for Beaulieu and further information please contact:
National Motor Museum
Haynes International Motor Museum
World Forum delegates planning on arriving in the UK early can also visit the Haynes International Motor Museum. The 1st and 2nd September sees Beaulieu host the International Autojumble and if attending this event, you might like to combine it with an overnight stay and Haynes on Sunday 2nd September en route to the Forum.
On that day the museum will be hosting its monthly ‘Haynes Breakfast Club’ which attracts a great selection of vehicles from Veteran and Vintage to modern supercars. Cars start arriving from 08.15 and leave around 11.00.
For further information please contact Sara Lackford email@example.com
Discover the unique delights of Compton Verney, where there’s something for everyone to enjoy. 120 acres of stunning parkland and lake surround an award-winning art gallery, with a family friendly café and gift shop.
Escape the everyday to wander through our historic ‘Capability’ Brown landscape, marvel at our world-class art exhibitions or have fun in our outdoor adventure playground. All ages are welcome – we’re just 9 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
Black Country Living Museum
The award-winning corner of the West Midlands is now one of the finest and largest open-air museums in the United Kingdom. After very humble beginnings, a bright idea and 40 years of inspiration, this is twenty six acres worth exploring. Amazing as it may seem, BCLM have created a ‘place’ – a real and lively place, where once there was nothing and nobody. With a village and charismatic residents to chat with. Trams to ride. Games to play. Things being made. Stories to hear. People – their triumphs to admire and troubles to be thankful that are not ours. Time to be well spent.
If you are old enough, you may just be looking for nostalgia and that is fine. But equally, we believe that history shouldn’t be seen as a safe haven in a fast changing and challenging world, but a catalyst for thinking and reflection about our own lives.
Jaguar Land Rover Classic
The 14,000m2 Jaguar Land Rover Classic facility at Oxford Road Coventry is a state-of-the-art facility consolidating all Classic operations under one roof, comprising 54 individual workshop bays and strip-down areas, a dedicated engine shop and space for up to 500 vehicles.
World Forum visitors will have the opportunity to glimpse behind the scenes, learning more about the history and prestige of these two iconic British brands and the chance to see some of the 500 cars in the Jaguar Land Rover Classic Vehicle collection.
Morgan Motor Company
For more than a century the Morgan Motor Company have been making classic British sports cars in the spa town of Malvern in Worcestershire. Morgan cars are famous the world over for their unique blend of charisma, quality materials, craftsmanship and performance.
World Forum delegates will take a tour of the factory to see Morgan cars being built from start to finish, discovering the mix of cutting edge technology and traditional skills used to turn out the most quintessentially British of automobiles.
The Silverstone Experience
Silverstone Heritage Limited was awarded £9.1 million in 2017 by the Heritage Lottery Fund which to enable it to build The Silverstone Experience at the home of British motor racing.
The project will bring the heritage of Silverstone and British motor racing to life through the creation of a dynamic, interactive and educational visitor experience that will include a permanent exhibition taking visitors on an exciting two hour journey through motor racing past, present and future. The latest technology will be used to tell the amazing stories of the people that have been part of the site’s history, from medieval monks and WWII air crew to the racing drivers, riders, engineers and marshals of today.
The complex will also include a Collections and Research Centre, offering museum and archive accredited storage for the unique British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) archive and other motor sport collections as well as a specialist library and learning space for school groups.
More information is available at http://www.silverstone.co.uk/