The Venue

The British Motor Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.

Situated in the small village of Gaydon, Warwickshire, just off junction 12 of the M40. The Museum building is a spectacular piece of architecture with an art deco design, whilst the Collections Centre building is a modern contrast. Together they stand proudly in a beautifully landscaped setting of 65 acres, which rolls out onto the Warwickshire countryside.

Join us at MGB60 celebration at the British Motor Museum.

This is a great event for MGB owners and fans of these superb MG cars. There will be hundreds of MGBs to see plus tickets include entry to the Museum and Collections Centre. Not only is the British Motor Museum home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars but we also have some of the finest MGs in history – not least the 1925 ‘Old Number One’ which inspired the MG sports car. If that’s not enough we have speed record breaking MGs and even a cross sectioned MGB GT!

If you’re contemplating a visit to the Museum and you like your MGs, this is the perfect chance to do so. Not only can you see hundreds of MGBs outside but there are also our historic MGs inside the Museum itself. There are plenty of hot meals, sweet treats and refreshments in our Junction 12 Café inside the Museum too.

Book your tickets

For just the cost of our standard entry, you can enjoy the event and explore the Museum too. Event tickets cost just £14.50 per adult, £9 per child, £12.50 per concession and £40 for a family.

Vehicle Exhibitors

Join the hundreds of MGBs and GTs for just £10 per adult and £7 per child and help to make a fantastic show display. This includes an entry pass to display the vehicle and gives admission to the show, Museum and Collections Centre – home to over 350 cars including some landmark MGs.

Plan Your Route

Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwickshire, CV35 0BJ

If using a Sat Nav for directions we recommend you enter the British Motor Museum as a point of interest rather than using the postcode.

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