Visitors to the Heritage Motor Centre will be able to see a collection of ten Jaguar Heritage vehicles representing some of Jaguar’s finest sports car and racing history from Saturday 21 July.
Radical artist, Ian Cook, infamous for using radio controlled model cars in his artwork, has been Artist in Residence at the museum since 2010.
Travel through ‘Making British Cars‘ and see how influential the British motor industry has been over the years and where it is heading in the future.
Walk the ‘Time Road‘ and discover how British motoring and family life has changed through the decades, with period music and memorable events.
Get ‘Under The Skin‘ and unravel the mystery of how cars work with interactive museum exhibits.
Share the lifetime experiences of our four characters as they journey from youth to old age.
Explore “A Lifetime of Road Safety” with an interactive and informative way to learn about road safety that focuses on 6 different road groups
Free Guided Tours Twice Daily*
Make sure you don’t miss our guided tours with knowledgeable staff at either 11.15am or 2.15pm.
Many of our visitors say they’re the highlight of their visit and bring history to life – so why not plan your day around them?
Family Fun and Facilities
- Get behind the wheel in our sit-on cars
- Activity Sheets:
5 fab things for a 5 year old, 8 great things for an 8 year old
- Top Trumps™ interactive games
- Push along cars for Under 3s
- Baby change facilities
- Museum gift shop
- Outdoor picnic tables & play area