Beaulieu is excited to announce its calendar of events for 2021*, with three brand new shows joining familiar favourites for a line-up of exciting, enjoyable shows to look forward to in the grounds of the National Motor Museum and Palace House.
Following a difficult start to the New Year for everyone, the return of Beaulieu’s popular events helps to share hope of better times ahead once the current restrictions have eased. With 27 Covid-secure events currently planned for the new show season, there will be plenty for all the family to do at Beaulieu, together.
The BBC Gardeners’ World Fair Spring, May 28th-30th and the Artisan Collective Festive Fair, December 10th-12th, will be joined by Simply Electric on May 23rd, as new additions to the Beaulieu events line-up for 2021. While an eye-catching sculpture exhibition, Sculpture at Beaulieu, will be a highlight of the grounds and gardens of Palace House from June 19th to August 30th.
High-octane two-day show Supercar Weekend will return on August 7th and 8th, while the greatly anticipated International Autojumble is set to follow on September 4th and 5th.
Beaulieu Managing Director Russell Bowman said: “As we all look towards the springtime with hopes that the virus will have lessened its grip on the world, we are planning to hold our much-loved motoring events once again, adding new shows to what promises to be an exciting calendar. Our 2020 Simply rallies were a socially-distanced success and I would like to thank everybody who attended. Visitors are in for a treat with a record line-up of 15 Simply rallies for the new season.
For the full line-up of events please see here.
The BBC Gardeners’ World Fair Spring, May 28th-30th, is sure to be a great green-fingered day out, with everything budding and experienced gardeners alike could wish for. From flower displays and plants to buy, inspirational Beautiful Borders and gardening supplies for sale, to the BBC Good Food Market, street food, musical entertainment and more.
Beaulieu is excited to add to their own festive activities by hosting the new Artisan Collective Festive Fair, December 10th-12th, to herald the start of the Christmas season. The fair will host a selection of craft, gift and food stands on the Beaulieu Events Arena offering a wide variety of Yuletide delights, from delicious artisan food and drink to seasonal gifts and live music, all complementing a festive day out at Beaulieu.
Brand new event Simply Electric, which was held back until 2021, will be sparking into life on May 23rd with a line-up of plug-in powered vehicles representing the future of motoring.
Returning due to popular demand, Simply French will bring plenty of Gallic charm to the Beaulieu parkland on September 12th with a line-up of quirky and stylish motors. Simply British Classics on September 26th will be a must-see for British car fans, while Simply Vauxhall on May 9th is a former events calendar favourite that has been reintroduced.
Tickets will begin to go on sale from early February and can be purchased here.
Visitor and participant tickets include entrance to all that Beaulieu has to offer, including the National Motor Museum, Little Beaulieu, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, the ancestral Montagu home Palace House, Secret Army exhibition, 13th century Beaulieu Abbey and the stunning grounds and gardens.
Beaulieu is also ideal for car clubs looking to hold their own rally, taking the hassle out of hosting an event with excellent facilities and all-inclusive access to the whole of the attraction. For more information see www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/hold-your-rally-at-beaulieu or to discuss your club’s requirements with a member of the Beaulieu Events team email email@example.com.
Beaulieu is proud to hold Visit Britain’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry standard, with Covid-19 safety measures as part of our visitor safety promise meaning that all visitors can safely enjoy their day out. Visit www.beaulieu.co.uk for more information.
* Although we will strive to deliver this calendar of events, these provisional dates may be subject to change – for the latest details see www.beaulieu.co.uk/events.