The Heritage Motor Centre motor museum in Warwickshire is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars. Visitors can uncover the story of the British motor industry with our fun and interactive exhibitions. There are outdoor activities including a children’s play area, picnic site and Land Rover Experience. Eat lunch in our excellent Junction Twelve Café and, when you’ve enjoyed the museum, stop by our museum gift shop and pick up some motoring memorabilia.
Take to the slopes and ride as a passenger on the Land Rover Experience through Gaydon’s steep and twisting multi terrain experience track. The purpose built track shows off the extreme capabilities of Land Rover vehicles and offers a thrilling ride for all.
Let your children experience the fun of driving on our Miniature Roadway track. Children can navigate a roundabout and road junctions in our electric go-karts. There’s even room for Mum or Dad on the back! The Miniature Roadway is for ages 3-7 only.*
Tickets for outdoor activities can be purchased on the day from the museum paydesk.
*The Miniature Roadway is weather permitting.
This year camping is available for one night - Saturday 30 June, located in the meadow on site and this year there will be a family camping area (Quiet area). For more information see our tickets & booking page.
Alternatively, if camping is not your cup of tea and you're looking for local Hotels or B&Bs please see our local accommodation listing.
Our Junction Twelve Café is open from 10am to 4.30pm and offers a wide range of drinks, meals and snacks freshly prepared on the premises using only locally sourced ingredients. Breakfast is served from 10am to 11.30am and hot lunch options are available from 11.30am to 2.00pm.
The usual array of outdoor catering options will be available on the day for those wishing to stay amongst the cars.
There is adequate parking on site for up to 2000 vehicles, with special disabled parking areas for those with disability permits. Parking is free to visitors.
The centre accepts most Debit & Credit Cards with a minimum spend of £5 per transaction.
There is no cash point available on site however there's an Esso petrol garage located 5 minutes down the road which has a free to use cash point.
Access Around The Building
The museum has wide aisles around the museum allowing easy navigation for wheelchairs and mobility scooters, with lift access to all floors and level floors within the museum, cafe and facilities.
Where are the baby changing facilities?
They are located in the disabled toilet alongside the other public toilets on the ground floor of the Museum, just behind the escalators/lift.
Do you have wheelchairs?
We provide wheelchairs for public use (please book before visiting, call 01926 641188). The Centre is fully accessible to less able visitors.
Are dogs allowed?
With the exception of guide dogs, we regret that pets are not permitted anywhere in the Museum. Dogs are, however, permitted in the grounds but must be kept on a lead not exceeding 3 metres. Owners are required to clear up after their pets and dispose of any waste in a sealed bag.