National Motor Museum

National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire, England

The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu is a museum in the village of Beaulieu, set in the heart of the New Forest, in the English county of Hampshire. The museum was founded in 1952 by Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu, as a tribute to his father, who was one of the great pioneers of motoring in the United Kingdom, being the first person to drive a motor car into the yard of the Houses of Parliament, and having introduced King Edward VII (then the Prince of Wales) to motoring during the 1890s.

Today, in addition to around 250 vehicles manufactured since the late-19th century, the museum has a collection of motoring books, journals, photographs, films, and automobilia of the world and is affiliated to the British Motorcycle Charitable Trust. An exhibition of James Bond vehicles appeared in 2012.


Open daily (except Christmas day): -

10.00am ? 6.00pm (27 May to 24 Sept)
10.00am ? 5.00pm (all other times)


Ticket Prices: -

Adult
General Admission £24.75
In Advance £19.50

Senior (60+) / Student*
General Admission £23.75
In Advance £18.50

Child (5 -16)
General Admission £12.50
In Advance £9.50

Under 5s
General Admission FREE
In Advance FREE

Family**
General Admission £64.00
In Advance £49.00


Telephone - 01590 612345


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