Pencil these dates into your diary at the Haynes International Motor Museum for October half term. Fun for all the family. See one of the oldest cars in the museum's extensive collection brought back to life and have the chance to meet model maker David Hayward.
118-year-old Darracq will drive again
One of the oldest cars in the museum’s collection, the 1903 Type L Darracq will be put through her paces outside the museum this October, before she takes part in the 125th anniversary of the London-Brighton Veteran Car Run.
For visitors, it’s a rare opportunity to see how a 100-year-old car works, take some photos and meet some of the restoration team who look after her! Times and dates to be confirmed.
Meet model-maker David Hayward
This is an event for all model-making enthusiasts, there will be a new display of fabulously intricate, 1:12 scale replicas of cars in the museum collection, commissioned by the late John Haynes OBE. Now beautifully displayed in the new exhibition ‘The Man, the Manuals and the Museum’, on Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th of October 10am - 2pm bespoke model-maker, David Hayward will be on hand to talk all things model-making!
There’s also a brand-new family trail inspired by these models, where visitors can discover both the replicas and their life-sized inspiration.
All events are included with museum entry, visit himm.co.uk for more details or to book your tickets.