Beaulieu is set to launch Bond in Motion – No Time To Die, a new exhibition featuring the iconic cars, gadgets and costumes from the latest 007 film.
Sculpture at Beaulieu is taking shape in the grounds of Beaulieu’s Palace House, with a brand new trail to follow as you discover 250 incredible sculptures set in stunning surroundings.
Palace House will be home to more than 250 incredible sculptures this summer, with a brand new exhibition showcasing the work of over 50 sculptors.
A rare 1912 Austro-Daimler 27/80 Prince Henry that starred as Lord Scrumptious’ chauffeur-driven car in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is to go on show at Beaulieu.
A new exhibition celebrating the painting, drawing and needlework of Lord Montagu’s mother, Belinda, Lady Montagu, will open in the ancestral family home of Palace House at Beaulieu from Easter.
For the first time at Beaulieu, a sculpture exhibition featuring the work of over 60 international and national sculptors will showcase more than 350 stunning works throughout the grounds and gardens of the ancestral Montagu home of Palace House.
The iconic Land Speed Record breaker Babs that inspired Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has joined the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 years exhibition in the National Motor Museum.
At Beaulieu’s preview launch of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 years, Lord Montagu and celebrity guest Adrian Hall (who played Jeremy in the film) recreated a scene from the film as they emerged out of the garage in Chitty in the National Motor Museum.
The original Child Catcher carriage from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be on display for the first time in the UK at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu to celebrate the golden anniversary of the film.
To celebrate the golden half century of one of the world’s favourite films Beaulieu is to launch its Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 50 years exhibition which can be seen in the National Motor Museum from October 20th.
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