National Mini Day, which returns to Beaulieu for its 39th year this June has always been one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the Mini calendar.
Following the latest Government advice, we are sorry to postpone this event as the Beaulieu attraction and offices have now closed to visitors. We will, however, plan to rearrange a new date for later in the year. Tickets will still be valid for the rearranged date and we will contact ticket holders directly with further information. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused. Please check our website for further news updates.
This year, the event will be around the theme of "We're more than a Cooper" showcasing the wide range of members' cars across the Mini range and, hopefully, some colourful customised vehicles to get people talking.
The registrars of each of the marques on the club Register will be on hand to discuss any issues you may have and the club's prestigious concours competition will return, with the Beaulieu Cup amongst the awards to be made.
Trade stands will be available for all those elusive items with all your favourite traders. To find out more about trading at this event please visit the Mini Cooper Register website.
The Mini Cooper Register was founded in 1986 and has Michael Cooper as its honorary president, with Lady Watson (Christabel Carlisle), Bill Price, Stuart Turner and Paddy Hopkirk amongst its honorary members.
Participant prices are only valid if arriving in a participating vehicle and taking part in the event. They are not valid for those arriving on foot.
Standard admission fee applies for all other visitors. The best time for viewing the Mini Cooper Register rally is between 10am and 2pm.
Tickets can be purchased upon arrival, however we encourage participants to buy tickets in advance online or by calling the Events team on 01590 614614. A £1 postage charge per order applies when purchased by telephone.
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Entry with your Mini is from 8.30am - 1pm. The Brabazon Restaurant will be open for bacon rolls, cakes, teas and coffee.
Cars cannot leave and re-enter the grounds without a further fee being paid to cover all occupants.
Please note, a second entrance will be open to ease the flow of vehicle movement into the show.
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.
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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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are tickets per person or per vehicle?
Tickets are charged per person.
Can I photograph/ film the event?
While Beaulieu welcomes visitors to take photographs and footage at our events – for personal use and to share on social media – these should not be used for commercial gain without prior consent from Beaulieu. For commercial photoshoots and filming requests, please email email@example.com to make arrangements before an event. For public safety reasons, photography and filming are not allowed in our car parks or on the roadside outside the Beaulieu entrance.
Can I bring my drone?
No, the use of unmanned aerial vehicles or drones by visitors for film and photography purposes whilst on the Beaulieu attraction, car parking and other related parkland and grounds is strictly prohibited.
Can I use my return for free?
If you are visiting the event you can use your return for free however it is not valid for those wishing to show their vehicle.
For more frequently asked questions please visit our FAQ page.