Beaulieu National Motor Museum

Beaulieu National Motor Museum

Beaulieu National Motor Museum
4.5
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
In the heart of the glorious New Forest, Beaulieu is one of the South's top visitor attractions. Here you will find the National Motor Museum, home to over 250 vehicles telling the history of motoring. You can also visit Palace House and Gardens, home of the Montagu family since 1538, the remains of Beaulieu Abbey and World of Top Gear where you can see some of the vehicles from Jeremy, James and Richard's most ambitious challenges. Ride on the high level Monorail or climb aboard the replica 1912 open top London bus for a fun way to see Beaulieu's sights.
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  • Fiona W
    Woking, United Kingdom10 contributions
    Not as wheelchair friendly as we thought it would be
    I’m disabled (in wheelchair) and visited with my husband who is my carer today. The lady at the ticket kiosk tried to charge us for two full adult tickets (£38 more) until I said isn’t there disabled and carer tickets (I’d checked online). I don’t think when you are in a wheelchair you should have to specify that you are disabled when it’s blatantly obvious. Also with most the doors being push/pull open doors these aren’t easy to contend with along with a manual wheelchair. Automatic doors would be much easier for visitors using wheelchairs or mobility scooters.
    Thank you for sharing this feedback with us. Beaulieu is committed to providing the best possible access for every visitor and the majority of the Beaulieu attraction is fully accessible and the site frequently audited by independent access experts. In some cases, certain buildings are listed, which does mean we are unable to undertake alterations that would undermine their historical integrity. We are however disappointed to hear the experience you received in visitor reception on arrival and will be looking into this matter further.
    Written January 23, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited January 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written January 12, 2023
  • Chrisgale
    Sheffield, United Kingdom805 contributions
    Lovely, but give the cafe a miss
    Lovely day out out. So much to see besides the Motor Museum which was very good and well laid out. The Abbey and the house have a fascinating history and are well worth seeing. Staff in these areas are friendly and helpful and it would have been 5 stars. The cafe is the opposite, lovely space,but very poor menu and staff that don't care about customers. It wasn’t busy, I'm not surprised at 10.30 on a cold frosty morning I asked what hot breakfast items there were and was told by the girl on the till very curtly there were none. So I didn't buy anything and next time I would take my own food. The Google reviews tell a similar story
    Visited January 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written January 20, 2023
  • Eleanor W
    34 contributions
    Good day out - but a bit pricey
    We spent a few hours at Beaulieu yesterday. Whilst we have been many times before, we always happily stroll around for a few hours. On this visit, we particularly enjoyed the World War 2 exhibition- so detailed and truly fascinating and the falconer; he shared so much knowledge. We enjoyed a visit to thd National Motor Museum and cars of the stars and Top Gear. We really missed the Wheels experience and hope this will return. Whilst it is expensive on face value, the gift aid passes make it worthwhile. However, we do feel some new exhibits would be welcomed.
    Visited January 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written February 1, 2023
  • CRPlym
    Hythe, United Kingdom74 contributions
    Be prepared for queues
    Visited with friends: 6 adults + 8 children. Took advantage of the kids go free in half term offer, which was great; I think if we'd have paid for them we'd have felt a bit short changed! Given that we'd prebooked, the long queue to get in was irritating. The Little Beaulieu play area was a massive hit and the kids would have probably stayed there all day given half a chance! Which is unfortunate for the adults as the queue for coffee and snacks was ridiculous. Not enough toilets here and they were in poor condition too. The motor museum and other car related exhibits were good, but not enough things that could be touched or otherwise interacted with to really maintain the interest of the children. Same goes for the Palace House, which we adults enjoyed. Lunch in the main restaurant was mediocre (although I had a good mocha), pricey for what it was and slow service. Jacket potato looked yucky. More queueing for the Monorail which was fun but short. And also for the vintage bus which we thought we would do at the end of the day, but disappointingly had stopped running. Bizarre gift shop with many items unrelated to the attraction which is always irritating for me as a parent. Won't be long rushing back, but would be good to spend more time looking without the kids getting fed, and when I do go back it will be with a picnic!!
    Visited February 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written February 17, 2023
  • Robert A
    Consett, United Kingdom23 contributions
    An ambition achived
    I have wanted for many years to visit Beaulieu (more specifically the National Motor Museum) and it didn't dissapoint upon arrival. It's hard to say whether my experience is typical as I paid a visit during the winter when, as expected, visitor numbers are lower (for me, an advantage) during a non-event day. Although the museum building itself isn't particularly pretty which is somewhat at odds with its setting, what lies within is a far more atmospheric experience altogether; there are nicely curated displays and some of the motoring heritage on display is of the sort I never thought I would live to see. Very impressed. Although not the purpose of my visit, I did make time to visit the Abbey and the gardens, which I would highly recommend setting time aside to do them justice (I was rather hurried, but that was lack of planning on my part. My interaction with staff was in the visitor centre, monorial and in the Brabazon Restuarant. Made to feel very welcome and not at all rushed. It's probably one of the pricier venues I have visited recently so that should be borne in mind, however, the ticket does provide 12 months entry (subject to conditions) and, as ever, cost and value are different things and for me it was worth every penny. The gift shop was very fairly priced in my opinion and there are plenty of pocket-money priced offerings as well as a good slection of goodies for the adults. It speaks volumes that I would not hesitate to return and look forward to seeign how the proposed new visitor experience crystalises. There's a lot to see so pace the time carefully if you only have a day to visit.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 12, 2023
  • Goolia2772
    Milton Keynes, United Kingdom191 contributions
    Rainy day visit
    We were visiting the New Forest and needed something to do indoors as we knew the weather was going to be bad. On first impressions the whole site looks a little tired, there are a few buildings that don't seem to get as much attention as the main motor museum and feel a bit run down. The main building itself is very interesting and has hundreds of cars, it would have been nice to have seen more modern cars as a lot of the collection were classic motor vehicles. The gardens and Abbey are nice and I can imagine even more so in the summer. We didn't feel that it was worth the £24 entry, maybe if the weather was nice and we could have stayed longer but not during the winter.
    Thank you for your feedback on your recent visit. It is good to hear you enjoyed the National Motor Museum. The collection includes a variety of vehicles of historical significance, as well as new exhibits demonstrating the future of motoring and electric vehicles. We are sorry to hear you didn’t feel your visit was worth the entry fee – as tickets include access to the entire Beaulieu attraction, the majority of which is indoors, many of the features on site can still be enjoyed on a rainy day, such as Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey, ‘World of Top Gear’, ‘On Screen Cars’ and SOE exhibitions, as well as the National Motor Museum itself. We appreciate you taking the time to leave your comments.
    Written March 24, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 14, 2023
  • Johna
    Southampton, United Kingdom19 contributions
    A Good Day Out
    Grandad, daughter and young grandson visit. An earlier reviewer mentioned queues; go on a damp Monday in March and you virtually have the place to yourself. Exhibits are well presented with sufficient descriptive details without being overly long. The external area of the Top Gear area looks a bit tired but the exhibits inside are good, as is Palace House. The new child’s play area is superb. Overall a very good day out.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 21, 2023
  • DaveBAmersham
    Little Chalfont, United Kingdom887 contributions
    A Good Day Out………..
    Very well maintained site with plenty to do and see. Excellent staff who were friendly and knowledgeable. For petrol heads there is the motor museum that was phenomenal with its selection of motor vehicles of all shapes and sizes. All well displayed with information boards. There is a imagined garage office complete with a cat asleep on a chair. History buffs are well catered for with the Abbey and the Domus building and their history. I found the small museum covering the Special Operations Executive that was a clandestine organisation used on enemy territories during World War 2 fascinating. Not a good time of year to see the various gardens at their best but that was expected. I would recommend taking the monorail first to see the grounds from a elevated position so the geography of the area can be learnt.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written March 22, 2023
  • HugoH710
    London, United Kingdom22 contributions
    Eat your heart out Lime
    I thought that it was amazing to see so many iconic cars in one place. It was a thrill. They were well displayed with succinct information plaques. The Rolls Royce was just incredible, as was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Also the motorcycle section was fascinating especially the motor scooters - eat your heart out Lime
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written March 26, 2023
  • Hambler007
    Sevenoaks, United Kingdom76 contributions
    Don’t miss a visit to Beaulieu Motor Museum and Abbey
    Lots to see and do here for all the family, though it was just my husband and I visiting (both in our 60’s) Cars were well_displayed with good info and interesting video clips. Exhibition of cars on screen could have been enhanced with video clips of the actual movies/tv in which they featured but I guess there are licensing issues with doing that. The monorail was a great thing to do at the start (as recommended by our ticket checker). Best of all was the Abbey - such an amazing building with good info boards. Loos were clean. Cafe was spacious but food on offer was slightly disappointing in range and didn’t look very appetising so I opted for a plain croissant, which tasted like it was yesterday’s. So I’ve marked the attraction as a whole at 4 rather than 5.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 5, 2023
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TheDavies4812
Southampton, UK4 contributions
Jun 2021 • Family
Visited today as we are a home educated family and learning about Wind In The Willows, so old cars fits in nicely with topic.

My daughters (5 and 8) were very excited for their trip to Beaulieu but upon arrival we were "greeted" by Tanya who had a very abrupt and rude manner. No "Hello, welcome to Beaulieu, hope you enjoy your day"...just a "you got a family pass but need to upgrade if you want to come back" she was so curt that even my 8 year old daughter asked why wasn't that lady very nice to us.

First impressions and customer service make a huge impact on your day especially when you have spent £55 on a family voucher. Also I didn't realise that the annual pass only included the museum and nothing else without paying to upgrade.

Let's face it a family pass is usually purchased for families for with younger children and with Little Beaulieu being part of the attraction now and the only child friendly part of Beaulieu, £10 per adult to upgrade so that children can use play park (because that is the main pull for children), on the next visit seems rather steep.

The one way system doesn't work regarding social distancing as everyone is queued up all around the museum and you can't move on as you have to wait for those in front on you, so if anything is preventing social distancing. Also there is a huge amount of pressure just to keep walking and not look at anything in detail due to everyone stressing out having to queue for so long and naturally not everyone wants to look at the same thing.

The restaurant food is adequate. It was a cold and wet day so we bought 2 x children's meals for £5 each to warm them up. The meatballs were overcooked so much so that they we hard to bite into as was the battered fish. The cups for hot drinks are very flimsy, my mum almost burned herself as the cup isn't very strong when holding it and as my daughter picked up the hot chocolate the cup collapsed and spilt all over her too.

Albeit the monorail was fun, the house was beautiful and staff inside were lovely. Due to extremely wet weather we were unable to walk around the grounds but they looked beautiful too but I won't be paying to upgrade and come back just to see gardens.
Written June 21, 2021
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We were sorry to read that your visit to Beaulieu did not meet your expectations. We can only apologise for the disappointing customer service you received upon arrival. The Visitor Services Manager was saddened to hear about your experience and will be speaking with his team. We would like to reassure you that this does not reflect the usual excellent customer service we pride ourselves on. We do understand how important it is for you to feel safe during your visit to Beaulieu. We have implemented one-way routes throughout our indoor spaces for your safety; and have tried to ensure that all displays are visible. However, we are sorry if you felt let down by the experience. Thank you for taking the time to share your review. We are sorry you did not have a more enjoyable day, however, please be assured that we do value all visitor feedback.
Written June 30, 2021
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Mandt1
Canterbury, UK55 contributions
Jan 2020
Visited the motor museum and Palace house yesterday. There was so much to see it took us the whole day to visit all the different exhibitions, museum and house. We felt everything was well designed and imaginatively laid out. We loved the house and the story behind the two ‘Ladies’ it made the visit very real and gave you a glimpse into their lives. It was good to feel that our entrance fee contributed to the up keep and further development of this wonderful museum and site.
Written January 30, 2020
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Thank you for your kind review. It is wonderful to hear you enjoyed learning more about the history of Palace House. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Written February 14, 2020
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youliiike
Preston, UK46 contributions
Jul 2021 • Family
There's quite a bit to do so it probably is value for money. Our favourite parts were the children's park and the sculptures throughout that were really interesting and creative. Inside the Palace house the lady at the top of the stairs with glasses was very cheery and friendly. We probably wouldn't return again now we have visited, as it wasn't the 'best' day out we have had on the whole.

We weren't advised on arrival about the 1pm bird talk so totally missed this unfortunately. The 3pm bird show, monorail, and part of the gardens were all closed due to high winds.

Be warned hot chocolate with marshmallows and chocolate sprinkle is £4.25. I diddnt realise until it was too late. And you don't even get cream, or a larger cup. Normal is £2.50, so it was £1.75 extra for 8 small marshmallows and chocolate sprinkle, total rip off, should be ashamed. Later at lunch we ordered 1x portion of chips for my son, it took 22mins to arrive.

If you visit I would definitely recommend you do not buy any food or drinks, and bring your own.
Written July 30, 2021
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Thank you for your review. We’re pleased to hear you enjoyed Sculpture at Beaulieu and Little Beaulieu, our brand new adventure play area. We’re sorry to hear you felt let down by your experience in the Brabazon Restaurant. Please be assured that we will be sharing your feedback with the restaurant manager for future reviews and training. We hope this did not overshadow the remainder of your day.
Written August 6, 2021
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Louise
Hemel Hempstead, UK2 contributions
Jul 2020
We visited the Motor Museum, last week on 30th July. We booked the first slot in the morning, The parking was easy to find, we arrived a few minutes early and joined a very quick queue. On entry, the staff were well organised and we entered the site within minutes of arrival.
We could move around the museum safely, we got to see every exhibit, nobody was rushing you on to the next vehicle, it was very relaxed and pleasant.
The mono rail was good fun, again, well organised and a short wait to get a ride.
Some things weren't available, things that involved interactive games etc... but it didn't ruin the visit at all.
We had lunch in the cafe, only one person from each family/friend unit could enter, we were served quickly and our tasty pizza was delivered to us in the very pleasant outdoor eating area.
The grounds were lovely and there were lots of places to eat your own picnic.
There is a lovely wooden fort area for children to play in an let off steam( there is a little kiosk selling drinks and ice creams).
It was a lovely day, the staff were lovely and helpful.
We felt very safe during the whole visit, not at any time did we feel that we weren't able to social distance ourselves.
You could almost forget that there was a pandemic going on, a lovely few hours of some kind of normality!!!
We are 2 adults and a 9 year old boy and we all had a great time!

Written August 7, 2020
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nikki s
76 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
Recently had a great day at Beaulieu's National Motor Museum. Due to the Covid19 pandemic, we booked a time slot of 9.30am. Plenty of parking. Very short queue going in. Masks must be worn in all inside spaces and staff constantly remind visitors to keep social distance, although there were a few people that felt they were too invincible or too important to adhere to those rules; luckily those people were few in number. Generally the attraction did not feel crowded at all. Lots of open space and many different areas within the attraction so you can find your own space. The only area that was particularly busy was the museum itself. The museum had an excellent one way system in place; you need to wait for family bubbles to finish reading/looking at cars and move on but if you don't want to stand and read the information/look, there is space to overtake visitors (sadly one or two self important people didn't follow this system and actually didn't seem to understand personal space yet alone social distancing but this is of course not the responsibility of the museum). We spent roughly an hour in the museum itself as there is a lot to see- it's a great collection!

We also had several rides on the monorail (about a 20 minute wait for a 7 minute ride). We enjoyed the Top Gear display and the movie car display too.

The play park is brilliant for the kids and visited it a couple of times during the day. There is a separate toddler park so the older ones can charge around without worrying about knocking smaller children over. There are also refreshments and plenty of tables in the area.

The house and gardens are also lovely and worth a walk around. There was a falconry display on the lawn.

Sadly we didn't have time to visit the church.

All in all, we had a great day and would highly recommend this attraction.

Written August 16, 2020
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Thank you for taking the time to write this lovely review. We're pleased to hear you felt safe during your visit and that you had such a lovely day exploring the attraction.
Written August 18, 2020
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Gee
1 contribution
Aug 2020 • Family
Went to a Park and Picnic event to see/hear a jazz band while eating, as well as see the museum and Palace. Disappointing start as we were parked behind the gazebo so couldn't see the band. The Palace and kitchen gardens were interesting. We decided not to take a picnic as the onsite restaurant was offering takeaway food and the prices according to the menu published online appeared reasonable. BEWARE the pizza prices were inflated above the regular published menu price by £1.50!!!! Not good from our point of view.
The motor museum is good and well presented, just a bit disappointing to feel as though we were being rushed out of it at 7.55 when it was supposed to be open until 8pm!
Written August 14, 2020
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southies233
North Yorkshire, UK44 contributions
Jul 2021 • Family
Last visit was 10 years ago and it hasn't changed much but seemed better and more interactive then. It was Vauxhall day and there were lots of vehicles there for that but such a shame there weren't many vintage ones so it become uninteresting. Enjoyed the garden and house. Don't recommend using the restaurant the food is very expensive and tasteless- take a packed lunch- nice spots to have a picnic. If you love vehicles you'll enjoy a day out.
Written July 17, 2021
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Suzanne
Ardrossan, UK18 contributions
Feb 2020
We bought tickets on arrival and as a military veteran and accompanied by my carer, expecting it to be expensive we were given a great discount!! As it was a cold week day it was not as busy as we'd anticipated which was a bonus.....especially as one of us had autism. We arrived around 1030 and spent the whole day there, it was great but still didn't have enough time to look around the whole place. Lots of wonderful cars and one in particular where you could dress up and sit in for a photo/selfie. I was even invited to look under the hood of one of the military vehicles and sit in the new Bentley.
Whenever I got a bit tired or sore we jumped on the monorail enjoying the sights of the beautiful gardens, through the museums and palace. I was particularly impressed by the maid in the palace who was most impressive with her knowledge of the area. We were even interrupted by a wee squirrel on te window sill knocking on the window!! Seriously you couldn't make it up!! Hopefully next time we'll get a chance to visit the Abbey and exhibition.
A lovely little section of topiary of Alice and the mad hatters tea party was wonderful from the view of the monorail! I couldn't leave without visiting the Secret Army exhibition which gave an insight into the world of the S.O.E.s.
Another stroll this time along the mill pond walk and back to the World of Top Gear and On Screen Cars with a "photo opportunity" in one of the cars.
Another coffee and then into the gift shop and home.
If I had to pick on anything it was the gift shop- too many cuddly toys(not relevant) and nothing really about the palace house and Abbey. Overall a thoroughly enjoyable day.
Written February 18, 2020
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It sounds as though you had a busy and brilliant day out at Beaulieu. We are thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the National Motor Museum and learning about the history of Palace House - and that you were pleased with the military veteran discount. Thank you for taking the time to leave your informative and kind review. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Written February 24, 2020
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haycarly10
Waterlooville, UK5 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Very enjoyable day. A very interesting motor collection throughout the ages with the added bonus of cars from TV and movies and the Top gear experience.

I was really impressed with how well the estate is maintained, it is immaculate. The Gardens are beautiful and the house is magnificent (the staff in costume adds a nice touch).

I recommend walking along the Mill Pond walk, there are some beautiful carvings and hidden fairy doors in the trees.

Social distancing measures have been well planned and work well.

My personal opinion: Don’t take small children, they are not interested in old cars that they can’t climb on, You’ll be stuck on the monorail or in the kids in the play area all day. I saw lots of young kids bored to death and getting told off by their parents for ‘misbehaving’. Leave the small kiddies at their grandparents, We did and had a great day 😂😂. (I bought him a truck in the gift shop and we are going to Peppa Pig world next week)!!
Written September 1, 2020
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Mim T
1 contribution
Sep 2020
We went to Beaulieu yesterday. We go about 3 times a year as we have the annual pass for the Motor Museum so we pay the upgrade for the rest of the grounds!
We went on this occasion with my 3 children to try out the new play area 'Little Beaulieu'. The children loved it and said 'this is the best thing!'. It's a really lovely design and has lots of nooks and crannies for the kids to explore. I think they're done really well designing it, and it gives the children something extra to look forward to when visiting Beaulieu. I would sy though that the Hot drinks at the play park kiosk weren't particularly nice :(. Also I do feel that the Annual Pass Holder Day visit upgrade price 9.95 per adult is a little bit expensive. We came for the afternoon so spend a lot of time in the play area and the museum. We didn't visit the house or the abbey so didn't really make the most of the price we paid.
I would highly recommend Beaulieu to families as it's a beautiful, interesting, and fun day out for all ages.
Written September 20, 2020
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