We love to pop over to the Cotswolds occasionally and we have been to Bourton many times, but never been to this museum. To be honest, I have always avoided it because it always looked a bit small and I thought there would not be a great deal to see. How wrong was I?! There were so many interesting exhibits and the museum seemed to go on and on. Being a child of the 50s there was much here to bring back happy memories of days spent with pals collecting registration numbers and identifying different models. Some great manufacturers that sadly are no longer with us such as Hillman, Morris, Austin and Singer, to name just a few. Entrance fee was £9 each and we got more than our money's worth as we were in there a good two hours. As well as the motors themselves, there was a lot of motoring memorabilia such as old enamel signs for names long gone (who remembers National Benzol?). And there is a lovely gift shop. In future, when we visit Bourton-on-the Water instead of avoiding this lovely museum we shall be making a bee line for it.
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