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Located in the picturesque village of Bourton on the Water, the Cotswold Motoring Museum is a fascinating journey through the 20th century that the whole family can enjoy. The Museum is bulging with great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking...more
The Old Mill Sherborne Street, Bourton-on-the-Water GL54 2BY, England
All reviews old cars classic cars well worth a visit car enthusiast petrol head motoring museum brought back memories bits and pieces packed full down memory lane step back in time amazing collection on display little gem all ages tucked away value for money
Much better than expected. The rooms go on and on through the ages. Lots of other memorabilia too inside the cars, on the ceiling and in cabinets etc.
Well worth the £6. Entrance adult fee. No concessions.
Visited the museum last year and pleasantly surprised at the range of vehicles, the Fergy tractor and horse drawn items. Being an ex Riley owner made the visit more interesting. Good group of cars of all shapes and sizes. advertising signs from another era and...More
This museum is really big, from outside it looks so small, but there are 7 rooms, full of cars, much to my husbands delight!
It was fairly cheap to get in and there wasn’t any one else there, so we took our time to have...More
We only had a short window to visit, and from outside I thought we had loads of time, but wow a Tardis, what a labour of love!
Unlike my husband I’m not a petrol head but I must admit I wish we had longer to...More
We came to see the museum after hearing good things about it and we were not disappointed.
It was nice to see the vintage cars caravans and farm equipment my favourite bit was reading about the garage owner from bourton on the water.
This museum has been a labour of love for several people. There are some exquisite cars on show.
You need to stop and examine the cabinets to see how motoring has developed.
On a really personal note I loved the toy section. Looking in the...More
Something for everyone. My son (7) and I love cars. My wife less so but likes them. Five large rooms of exhibits which go through various eras. Plenty of exhibits. For children there is an activity sheet of things to discover to keep them entertained....More