Race down to Beaulieu this Easter! Get in the driving seat on our giant Scalextric track, try your hand at creating your own F1 car, embark on a Car Hunt and much more...
To celebrate the opening of our two new exhibitions Grand Prix Greats and Road, Race and Rally young visitors to Beaulieu can climb in the cockpit this Easter and try their hand at motor racing:
Challenge your friends and family on the giant Scalextric track. See if you can get to the top of the leader board for your chance to win a fantastic prize!
Create your own F1 balloon car and see how far and fast you can race it.
Take part in the Car Hunt around the grounds and collect a sweet treat at the end.
For our younger visitors, budding younger drivers* can get behind the wheel on the Mini Car Driving Circuit or for a small extra charge, older drivers* can drive Go-Karts on the main arena. Our younger visitors can also get physical on Dipstick’s Mini Motor Play Trail with its Veteran Bus climbing frame, swings and Little Tykes ride-on-cars.
At Palace House, home of the Montagu family since 1538, youngsters can have their face painted, and all the family can play with fun Victorian toys and games.
Visitors over the Easter weekend can take part in even more fun activities!
Come and meet the Easter bunny, visit Palace House for a tasty chocolate treat, and see vintage and veteran cars motoring around the grounds.
Plus take part in all our Easter motor sport activities.
Easter Activities are included in your general admission tickets to Beaulieu, which includes The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey.
* Maximum height restriction for Mini Car Driving circuit is 142cm (4’8”). Minimum height to drive the Go-Karts is 142 cm (4’8”). Children under this height can ride as a passenger.