After a horrendous (5 hour !!!) journey down from Yorkshire, the trip was well worth it.
Whether you are are car buff or not, you cannot help but be impressed by the pride, passion and craftsmanship that is there for all to see.
As other reviewers have said, we were shown everything from start of manufacture to finish - there are no no-go areas (apart from the paint spraying shop for obvious reasons), and you get chance to talk to the guys on the job, who are only too happy to converse with you and answer your questions. Our guides, Dixon and Mike, were great and quite obviously have Morgan blood flowing through their veins!
Superb cafe and visitor reception area, and we owe special thanks to the ladies in the 'canteen' for accommodating a party of 29 with soup and sandwiches at such short notice after our nightmare trip down.
Also don't miss the gift shop, which offers some very tasteful quality goods.
In particular, the centenary sketchbook, 'Made in Malvern' by Glynis Dray, published for the Company's centenary in 2009, is a marvellous tribute to all the people who work for the 'Morgan family', and (IMO) makes a great souvenir.
Wonderful Cars made by a Wonderful Company! Only wish I could afford on !
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