British Motor Museums

27th July 2020

COVID-19 Information

Here are some up to date items concerning re-opening of Motor Museums. If you plan to make a visit to a museum then go to Museum listing on this website and follow the website address for full details. Almost all will have new COVID rules for your safety.

The Cotswold Motoring Museum at Bourton on the Water, Glos. is open 10am - 6pm everyday. There is no need to book in advance, and they will be accepting card payments only on the door.

In 2020 The Bugatti Trust will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year with a number of special events and exhibitions with at all times the educational aims and objectives a priority focus. The offices of The Bugatti Trust are now open to receive enquiries via The visitors centre will be open from August. Visitors will be required to pre-book, either on line or by telephoning the office. Additional guidelines to visitors will follow shortly.

Aerospace Bristol reopens on 1st August, from Wednesdays to Sundays. Tickets must be booked in advance and numbers will be limited.

Attwell-Wilson Motor Museum in Wiltshire hope to reopen in September, check website for details.

Brooklands Museum re opens 1st August

Coventry Transport Museum re opened 20th July

Sammy Miller Museum now open

Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester hope to reopen in September

Aldridge Transport Museum ( formerly Aston Manor ) re opens Tuesdays only 11th August

Beamish Open Air Museum re opened 23rd July – 350 acre site

Black Country Living Museum, Open Air re opens 1st August, pre booked entry only

British Commercial Vehicle Motor Museum re opened 18th July

Haynes International Motor Museum plan to re open in mid October

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