Guest blogger Rachel Harris-Gardiner explores the exciting world of 1960s saloon racers.
A magical fairy tale Victorian Christmas at Beaulieu will include a life-size gingerbread house in the courtyard at Palace House, storytelling, games and carol singing around the grand piano from December 17th – January 2nd
Visitors to Beaulieu are being offered the final chance to star in its TV campaign by sharing pictures and videos of their favourite days out at the attraction.
One of the most successful female rally drivers of the 1950s and 60s, discover the achievements of Pat Moss - younger sister of Sir Stirling Moss.
Howls – of laughter – and screams – of delight – will echo from deep within the New Forest as Beaulieu celebrates its ghostly heritage this October Half Term, 22nd Oct – 30th Oct.
More than 36,000 visitors turned out for Beaulieu’s 50th International Autojumble with 2,378 stands crammed with motoring treasures and elusive spare parts for classic car enthusiasts.
This month, a life-saving new exhibit joins the National Motor Museum collection, while a Spanish veteran car is revitalised.
Discover the story of Italian aristocrat Maria Teresa de Filippis - the first woman to compete in Formula One.
Over 450 of the world’s most prestigious supercars roared and thundered into the grounds of the National Motor Museum to join the first ever Beaulieu Supercar Weekend
A remarkable 1948 Riley RMB has been shipped across the world from New Zealand to Hampshire by its long-term owner, who has donated it to the National Motor Museum Trust at Beaulieu.
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