The award-winning Cotswold Motoring Museum has seven galleries and visitors can spend hours roaming around the museum which is an enchanting experience for all ages.
The Cotswold Motoring Museum is bursting with cars, motorbikes, caravans and old metal motoring signs.
Windrush Alley takes an enchanting look at motoring from street level. Discover the sights and smells of the Blacksmith's workshop, relive the 60s and 70s which are brought to life with a funky soundtrack from the era. Motorsports makes a muddy splash and the Guest Car Showroom has already featured a model T-ford, Wallace and Gromit's Anti-ptesto van and a Quadrophenia exhibition! The Museum is currently exhibiting the Wolf WR7 – the last F1 car ever driven by racing legend James Hunt.
Also check out the Country Garage, Collector's Room and wonderful Toy collection. What's more, the Cotswold Motoring Museum is home to 'Brum', the famous yellow car from the hit BBC children's TV show - see for yourself where some of the show was filmed!
The Cotswold Motoring Museum has disabled access throughout the museum. There are no parking available on the museum site, however there are plenty of pay and display car-parks in Bourton-on-the-Water, all within a few minutes walk .
Please visit the The Cotswold Motoring Museum for current opening times and admission charges.