National Motor Museum

The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu tells the story of motoring in Britain from the pioneering origins in the 1890s to the present day.

The collection began as a display of five cars in the entrance hall of Palace House, the Montagu family home, and now features over 250 vehicles from throughout motoring history.

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Haynes International Motor Museum

The Haynes International Motor Museum, with more than 400 cars and bikes dating back to 1885, offers an excellent day out for all the family.

By the mid 1980’s, fuelled by a passion for collecting fine cars and anything related to them, John Haynes OBE had amassed a collection of twenty nine cars and three motorcycles. He wanted this collection to be accessible to the public, so after extensive redevelopment of an old joinery on the current site, The Haynes International Motor Museum first opened its doors on 10th July 1985.

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Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

The Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum is located in New Milton, Hampshire and houses one of the finest collections of fully restored motorcycles in the world

The Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum, founded in 1964 by former championship winning trials rider Sammy Miller was originally set up as a parts business in New Milton, Hampshire, later becoming the motorcycle museum it's known as today.

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National Motorcycle Museum

The National Motorcycle Museum is located in the West Midlands and houses the largest collection of British Motorcycles in the World

The National Motorcycle Museum originally opened its doors in October 1984 with a collection of 350 motorcycles on display. The Museum owes its formation to the drive and ambition of one man, Mr WR (Roy) Richards.

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