Now in its 10th year, the two-day event set in the grounds of the National Motor Museum and the parkland of Palace House will feature over 900 jaw-dropping supercars, with high-octane demonstration runs, sound-offs and impressive displays throughout the weekend.
Be thrilled by the sights and sounds of high-performance machines being put to the test with demonstration runs, as owners show what their prized supercars can do. Then for the sound-off on the Beaulieu Arena, you decide which of the assembled supercars has the best engine sound, as mega machines are revved to discover the spectators’ favourite.
Explore special displays on the lawns of Palace House and across the supercar parking paddocks, which will be the place to see amazing high performance machines. While new for 2021 is the Performance and Sports area featuring impressive sports cars. Click here for the latest details on the show and to book your tickets in advance.
Don’t forget to head inside the recently reopened National Motor Museum to see for yourself what the top-performing cars of yesteryear looked like, while little ones will love the chance to explore Little Beaulieu, the exciting new play area modelled on Lord Montagu’s ancestral home of Palace House.