Enjoy 'dinner with the cars' in the world-renowned National Motor Museum.
The National Motor Museum houses a unique collection of over 250 vehicles and tells the story of motoring in Britain from the 1890s to the present day.
The Museum's origins go back to 1956 when the present Lord Montagu created the Montagu Motor Museum as a tribute to this father John, one of Britain's motoring pioneers. The current building, designed by architect Leonard Manasseh, was opened in 1972 by HRH The Duke of Kent.
Many of the exhibits are in working order and are driven on rallies, such as the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, motorcycle runs, and events at Beaulieu and overseas.
The National Motor Museum can accommodate up to 150 guests for dinner and up to 1500 guests for a reception.
The National Motor Museum Floor Plan