This multi-award-winning Museum is home to the UK’s largest collection of cars and motorbikes and is truly a must-see attraction for the everyone.
Situated in Sparkford, close to the A303, the Museum takes you on a journey through time following one of the most significant and successful inventions, the motorcar. Get up close to your favourite vehicles in 17 large exhibitions, including some of the very first cars in The Dawn of Motoring, nostalgic favourites in Memory Lane, a sea of red sports cars in the famous Red Room and the exclusive new Williams F1 exhibition ‘The Drivers and The Driven.’
There is plenty to keep the whole family entertained from learning how a car works to having fun with Paint a Mini, the Top Trumps trail and brass rubbings. There’s also Haynes Motorland, a fantastic outside playground; with coin-operated go-karts, interactive garage and mini road system.
The onsite café 750 also provides the perfect pit-stop throughout your visit, serving good coffee and fresh, locally sourced food and snacks daily. There’s even a shop with a leading range of motoring gifts and souvenirs to buy a memento of your visit.
Plan your visit today, book in advance online at himm.co.uk or call 01963 440804.
|Open (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
* Summer Season (2nd March – 25th October)
10am – 5:30pm
Winter Season (26th October – 1st March)
10am – 4:30pm
Both the Museum and Cafe 750 are closed only on 24, 25, 26 December and 1 January.
The above times should be used as an indicator during the recovery phase from the global pandemic.
Please double-check details by visiting the website via the link above before you visit
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good357
- Pete MYeovilVisitThursday, 25th November 2021The whole package great cars very good friendly knowledgable staff, good cafe as well. We also go to breakfast clubs most months 😎 Read full review
- 657martynlMuseum visitThursday, 25th November 2021A really good experience with the special John Haynes and Williams F1 display, also a great selection of cars from all eras, well worth a visit especially on Breakfast Club days when there are also... Read full review
- markusmrianmPlymouth, United KingdomA GOOD VISITThursday, 25th November 2021The very friendly staff plus very well laid out areas with well signposted directions and easy to read descriptions and histories of the exhibits.Easy parking . A really good experience. Read full review