British Motor Museums

5th October 2014

For those who are MG car lovers you can now visit your very own MG Garden ! It is located in Abingdon, near Oxford, which used to be where MG cars, and some Austin Healey cars, were made. The factory closed in 1980 having opened in 1929, at its peak, 1,300 workers were making around 1,000 cars each week. The Garden has been planned by the MG Car Club together with the local council. It has seating and a paved MG feature place as well as seven story boards detailing the history of MG. Find out more on

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