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Well what a lovely collection housed in the old bus depot. Nice gentleman that told us abit of history of some of the cars also that he used to race jaguar cars. Its worth a visit. Theres cars & motorbikes on show plus memoriabilia.
What a hidden gem... this little museum is stuffed with an amazing collection of motor vehicles, motor bikes and motoring ephemera that takes you back to a bygone era. Clearly a labour of love for the owners, who have done a wonderful job with the...More
My husband and I spent one hour in this museum before our Sunday lunch at the White Hart hotel (excellent see separate review). Cost £6 each. Enthusiastic owner, lots of cars, motorbikes, cycles and even a children’s pedal car. Mainly from early 1900s to about...More
We took a trip to Moretonhampstead to see the car museum, very interesting some good collection of cars, few good one I like but like up stairs better all the old mother bikes, some of the old models I had has a young lad, good...More
A group of friends ( three men and three women) went on a Sunday morning. Please note the museum does not open until 11.30 am on Sundays.
We all went in - the owner gave an informative talk before we looked at the exhibits.
My husband, mother and I spent a very enjoyable 90 minutes here. Very friendly, informative owner, who has an obvious passion for his collection. Well worth a visit. Heads up though cash only to pay entrance fees.
Its small and the cars and motorbikes are very close together, but the atmosphere is great. The owner is really enthusiastic and knowledgeable and shows his appreciation of your pleasure in viewing his collection. It is really worth the effort - parking is easy in...More
A lovely friendly owner who was set up for my mobility scooter, and willing to move things around to ensure I could get around. I got to 95% of it, as did a gentlemen in an electric wheelchair. Two floors of classic cars and motorcycles,...More
We found this a fabulous place to take our 90-year-old father and father-in-law! He was engrossed with all the old cars and motorcycles, many of which types he had owned himself in years gone by. The museum is run by real enthusiasts. Everything is very...More