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25th September 2022 British Motor Museum, Gaydon
72 Hours to Go!!
Tickets & Rally Plates
Priority Parking, Timeline & Display Rally Plate Holders
PLEASE NOTE – You MUST purchase a ticket for yourself and any additional passengers to gain entry into the event. A Rally Plate of any colour, is not a ticket and will not gain you entry. If you have not yet purchased tickets, please follow the link below.
If you have a Rally plate it needs to be visible from the front of your car. Marshals will point you in the right direction for parking in the relevant areas.
Please ensure you have your tickets ready to show when you arrive as this will keep things running smoothly and ensure traffic flow.
Don’t forget you will need tickets to enter the event, so if you have not ordered yours yet please follow the link below.
We do recommend buying your entry tickets in advance. Tickets can be bought on the day, but this will mean parking in the public car park, walking to the ticket booth before re-joining the queue for entrance into the event.
Gates will be open from 8:00am
Please ensure you have your Rally Plate fitted to the front of your MGB If you have purchased one. This will allow us to divert all cars to the correct parking area.
REMEMBER THAT A RALLY PLATE OF ANY COLOUR DOES NOT ALLOW ENTRY INTO THE EVENT. AN ENTRY TICKET PER PERSON, PURCHASED FROM THE BRITISH MOTOR MUSEUM IS REQUIRED.
Priority parking is for MGB & MGB GTs only, if you do turn up in another vehicle this will mean you are parked in a different area.
Parking as a group – If you would like to park as a group, LE’s – Jubilee’s or clubs you will need to arrive together in a convoy. Priority Parking holders will be filtered off to the correct area after entering the gates. Non Priority will be directed to the higher car parks as they arrive. Once the blocks are filled we will then fill the next block. There is no designated parking for individual groups.
EXHIBITOR ENTRY TICKETS please click on the ‘Tickets’ above or follow https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/whats-on/mgb-60th-anniversary
On the British Motor Museum webpage select MGB60 ‘Exhibitor’s ticket’ priced at £10 This will give 1-person general entry to the event and museum. Tickets are required for additional passengers. Parking will be in the peripheral car parks.
Any issues regarding booking tickets, please contact the British Motor Museum
Entry tickets will be sent via email.
Staying in the area all weekend?
The MGB Register have compiled a list of places to visit within easy reach of Gaydon.
Something for everyone:
Country Houses – Museums – Steam Train – Countryside – Shopping
The weather is looking to be fine and more importantly dry for Sunday.
See you there!!