From the earliest motor carriages to classic family saloons, the National Motor Museum boasts one of the finest collections of cars, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia in the world.
Over 250 vehicles tell the story of motoring on the roads and circuits of Britain, from pioneering origins to the present day. The stylish, the elegant, the fast, the famous and the plain functional are all on show at what is the most well renowned motor museum in the UK.
NEW FOR 2016 - DRIVING CHANGE
From 13 February, explore the evolution of the motor car in an exciting new display. Meet the Beaulieu crash test dummy and turn knobs and handles to see how gears, suspension and engines work. More...
With the oldest dating from 1875, the National Motor Museum Trust possesses a collection of 285 vehicles. You can browse the entire vehicle collection on the National Motor Museum Trust website here.
A CHEQUERED HISTORY
Step into the adrenaline-fueled world of motor sport. Grand Prix Greats celebrates the history of F1, whilst Road, Race & Rally focuses on sports cars from rallying, hill-climbing, and the consumer market.
JACK TUCKER'S GARAGE
Explore a rustic 1930s garage, packed full of artefacts, fixtures, fittings, tools and ephemera from a bygone age.
THE MOTORCYCLE STORY
From the early days of motor sport to urban counter-culture, see motorcycles displayed within their historical and cultural context.
Climb into a pod and take a fascinating audio-visual journey through the history of motoring in this family friendly ride.
FOR BRITAIN & FOR THE HELL OF IT
Experience the triumph of British Land Speed record attempts in an inspiring multi-media display.
CARAVANS & CHARABANCS
A temporary exhibition examining a surprising World War One legacy - the revolution in leisure motoring.
What vehicles do you have on display?
You can see a full list of vehicles on the National Motor Museum Trust website. At certain times the vehicles on display may change. If there is a particular vehicle you wish to view please contact us on 01590 614541 before your visit to check it is on display.
Do you offer driving experiences?
Unfortunately because many of the vehicles in the motor museum are of historical significance or privately owned we are unable to offer any 'extras' such as birthday or anniversary rides.
Superb even if you are not an avid motoring fanatic - the history and easily read facts and details about the vehicles is spot on - you can spend a little or longer time at the vehicles and still come away having learned something new.