Join us on Wednesday 20th July for this special ‘after hours’ event at the National Motor Museum.
The National Motor Museum is throwing open its doors to classic car and motorcycle enthusiasts this summer for three special after-hours events, as it introduces its brand new Classic Grille evenings as part of the celebrations of the museum’s 50th anniversary.
Welcoming owners of classic and cherished cars and bikes of all ages, with free admission for attendees, each Classic Grille evening is an unmissable opportunity for motor fans to drive into the Beaulieu grounds to meet the National Motor Museum curators, witness awesome vehicles from the collections being started up, and chat with fellow enthusiasts while enjoying a tasty bite to eat. Tickets are limited so be quick in securing yours.
Motorbikes will be the stars on Wednesday 20th July with bike fans in for a real treat. The legendary ex-Mike Hailwood 1961 Honda RC162 will be started up, the impressive sounds of this TT race-winner sure to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up with excitement. Then see the latest offerings from the two-wheeled world on show with trade stands representing Royal Enfield, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi.
Attendees wishing to enter the National Motor Museum, for a unique after-hours perspective of the cars and motoring objects, can upgrade their ticket on the evening at £10 per adult, children 16 and under go free.
Please note: The remainder of the Beaulieu attraction will be closed from 6pm.
Tickets must be booked online in advance.
Please note: Upgrade tickets can only be purchased at the event.
|Classic Grille – Entry Only||Free||Free|
|Classic Grille – Upgrade* (Includes entry to National Motor Museum)||£10.00||Free|
*Upgrade tickets can only be purchased at the event.
DRIVING IN THE NEW FOREST
We are very lucky to be located in the heart of the New Forest however this does offer up some unique hazards on the roads, particularly at night.
Please drive carefully and responsibly when attending our events and be aware of free-roaming animals and cyclists on the roads. Due to the close proximity of our neighbours, please be respectful when entering and leaving the event.
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