Housing a collection of over 250 automobiles and motorcycles telling the story of motoring on the roads of Britain from the dawn of motoring to the present day, the award winning National Motor Museum appeals to all age groups. From World Land Speed Record Breakers including Campbell’s famous Bluebird to film favourites such as the magical flying car, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Don’t miss exciting extra features such as the Motorsport Gallery, Wheels and Jack Tucker's Garage.
The Motor Collection
Exhibits include some of the earliest examples of motoring to legendary World Record Breakers like Bluebird, ‘Film Star’ cars like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and rare oddities like the giant orange on wheels. For a different perspective of the historic racing cars, modern rally cars, British Superbikes and latest F1 machines, view the collection from a new mezzanine gallery designed to enhance the display. Find out more
Looking for the Elvis Cadillac? The Cadillac is currently undergoing maintenance - it will be back on display soon.
Jack Tucker's Garage
A permanent, multi award-winning 1930s garage has been created within the Museum, complete down to the last nut and bolt and rusty drainpipe. Whilst the building is a complete fabrication, everything in it - all the fixtures, fittings, tools and ephemera - are genuine artefacts collected over a period of 25 years.
Take a trip in a space age pod as you experience Wheels, a dark ride through motoring history. Travel through time from the dawn of man and the first stone age wheels to a vision of what the cars of the future may look like.
Motor Museum Tours
Daily and themed tours of the museum are held at 2.30pm covering a range of different topics. Find out more
National Motor Museum Trust
The National Motor Museum Trust is a charitable organisation which conserves and preserves the UK's motoring heritage and much of its collection is housed within the National Motor Museum. Continuing the work of the flagship Montagu Motor Museum, the Trust has a world famous collection of vehicles and associated motoring items, many of which are on display here at Beaulieu.
The Trust has an educational mission and cares for very large collections of objects, images, documents and books. It also provides a Motoring Research Service to answer motoring enquiries from both professional and amateur researchers.
The National Motor Museum Trust receives no core government funding, it relies on the Friends of the Trust, supporters and visitors to help achieve their work. Find out the many ways in which you can support them.
For more information about the National Motor Museum Trust, visit http://www.nationalmotormuseum.org.uk.