750 stunning supercars roared into the grounds of the National Motor Museum to join the Beaulieu Supercar Weekend on August 5th and 6th, with 14,700 visitors experiencing the tyre-squealing, high octane action of the two-day show.
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.
This August visitors to the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu can take part in a range of Creative Fun summer activities inspired by the Keep CALM and STEAM Ahead project.
Lord Montagu has presented award certificates at the National Motor Museum to seven students who successfully participated in the Mechanix course.
Top Gear presenter Chris Harris gave an exclusive precision driving demonstration for visitors to Beaulieu at the launch of the new-look World of Top Gear.
The memories of Lord Montagu’s grandmother Pearl Pleydell-Bouverie have been published in a book which tells the story of her childhood and her time as wife to the motoring pioneer John, 2nd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu.
An impressive 282 Jaguars of every shape and size purred into Beaulieu for the second Simply Jaguar rally which attracted as many as 634 participants.
There’s nothing like Beaulieu for a fun-packed summer with crazy creations in the National Motor Museum’s Wacky Record Breakers exhibition, a new-look World of Top Gear, muscle Mustang ‘art car’ to colour, supercars to watch, falconry and photo opportunities for all the family.
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