British Motor Museums

3rd August 2016


The Buses Festival, which celebrates one of Britain's favourite modes of transport, is set to return for a third year to the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, Warwick, on Sunday 21 August. The festival will feature a remarkable display of up to 100 restored, vintage and modern buses and coaches. Visitors can also enjoy free heritage bus rides around local routes and the Museum's internal road network.

Up to 250 modern and classic trucks are gearing up for two days of truck fun at the British Motor Museum on Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 September. Now in its sixth year, the Retro Truck Show is one of the Museum's most popular shows and features some of the best modern classic trucks manufactured between 1960 and 2000, including manufacturers Volvo, Scania and Daf.In addition to the truck displays, there will also be an indoor and outdoor dedicated trade area for those looking for those all important parts, as well as an indoor model show. On the Saturday evening there will be live entertainment, charity auction, food stands, licensed bar and free children's bouncy castle. Camping is available on the Friday and Saturday nights.

Details of both events are on the Museum's website:

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