The Museum hosts different exhibitions throughout the years, one of the latest being the James Bond Exhibition, this was hugely popular. The exhibitions do change though so its worth checking out their latest one before you visit. Either way if you love your cars then I’m sure you will not be disappointed with what is on offer on the day.
The Top gear exhibits are kept up to date and are very interesting. You can even see some of the cars that the presenters have put through their paces, and are now in somewhat of a battered state.
You can book tickets online where you can sometimes pick up some offers. In general you can expect to pay around £65 for a family of four, OK so not cheap but certainly a great day out that you won’t forget. There are picnic facilities if you wish to try and reduce your costs a little and bring your own picnic or if you fancy treating yourself a little more you can always venture into the Brabazon restaurant. Here you can enjoy the home cooked foods, or even indulge in a homemade scone lavished with clotted cream and jam, oh go on stop licking your lips, you know you want to.
As well as enjoying the museum you can also stroll around to the main house where you will find period costumed characters welcoming you into the house and Victorian games for your children to play. The beautiful tranquil gardens should also not be missed, why not rest your legs and sit watching the wildlife by the pond?
Leave yourself plenty of time within the busy season to use the Monorail, its a great experience but there can sometimes be a little bit of a wait as there is currently only one train.
Even if you are not an avid car fan, The National Motor Museum is certainly an impressive and memorable day out which is certainly worth your time.
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