Lord Montagu has had fun choosing the name for the green man tree carving from more than 70 suggestions by Beaulieu visitors.
Blazing sunshine saw more than 34,000 motoring enthusiasts from across the world turn out for Beaulieu’s International Autojumble to mark the 50th anniversary of the popular event.
Glorious sunshine creates a cheery atmosphere in Palace House but the sunlight brings unique challenges for the preservation team...
An eye-catching classic motorcycle has joined the National Motor Museum’s The Motorcycle Story and it’s a true golden oldie.
A formidable aero-engine 1921 Napier Blue Bird Homage built in the spirit of Malcolm Campbell’s Land Speed Record breaker is one of the remarkable vehicles going under the hammer at Beaulieu’s International Autojumble this weekend.
Lord Montagu is offering visitors to Beaulieu the chance to name his newly carved green man tree sculpture which stands on the banks of the attraction’s Mill Pond Walk.
Beaulieu will start up the National Motor Museum’s legendary Lotus 49 at the International Autojumble to mark 50 years of the popular event.
The summer holidays have started and Palace House is bustling with visitors getting creative in the newly refurbished kitchen as well as enjoying traditional games and lively music.
A huge line-up of 1350 Japanese cars of every marque and model stretched across the Beaulieu parkland for the sixth Simply Japanese rally on Sunday 30th July, with 102 more cars than in 2016 making the event’s turnout an all-time high.
TV presenter and inventor Edd China demonstrated two of his craziest creations at Beaulieu on Sunday July 23rd to launch the summer exhibition Wacky Record Breakers in the National Motor Museum.
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