National Motor Museum (Hampshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Beaulieu / Brockenhurst / Hampshire / United Kingdom / SO42 7ZN / Tel: 01590 612345
Newest Review: ... bond exhibition, Palace house, Beualieu Abbey, the motor museum and the trucks and troops show. There was so much to do. and it was all really enjoyable even with two children in tow. They have a good park for the little ones. some pretty reasonably priced food stands to get fast food from. a resturant for a good afternoon tea or full meal. We took our own luch and it was ideal sitting out on ... more
Customer National Motor Museum (Hampshire) Reviews (4)
by - written on 31/05/10 (Useful, 24 readings)
So much for your money! what a great day out! situated in the new forest, not far from the m27, in a beautifully scenic setting. when we went 29-05-2010 they had the top gear exhibition, the james bond exhibition, Palace house, Beualieu Abbey, the motor museum and the trucks and troops show. There was so much to do. and it was all really enjoyable even with two children in tow. They have a good park for the little ones. some pretty reasonably priced food stands to get fast food from. a resturant for a good afternoon tea or full meal. We took our own luch and it was ideal sitting out on the vast grass areas in the sunshine. You can get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10, updated on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
If setting out for a day trip to the "National Motor Museum" sounds to you like a bit of a bore think again! Though Beaulieu is indeed home to a huge collection of cars and bikes there's more to see, much more. Beaulieu is situated in the New Forest, a short drive from Junction 2 of the M27, near to other attractions such as Exbury Gardens and Bucklers Hard. It's somewhere I've been to a fair few times throughout the years, each time I've been there have been a few changes, this time I was pleased to see a new "Top Gear" exhibit that is probably worth a trip on its own merits. Entrance fees can be found on the Beaulieu website, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
The national motor museum is a must see for all new forest visitors and residents. It has been an established tourist attraction for donkeys years and we have been several times not only through our childhood but as now residents of the forest and never fail to have a beautiful day there. There are regularly events taking part and some of which are free when you go there, such as at halloween they give ghost stories, face painting, prizes and for bonfire night they never fail to put on a spectacular show usually to music of films. The prices are relatively expensive to get in at £15 per adult and £8 per child however when you pay to get in you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/09, updated on 18/12/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
When the other half suggested a day at a car museum whilst we were on holiday I couldn't have been any less enthusiastic if I'd tried. Did I really want to spend an entire hour looking at a mangy collection of rusting relics crammed into some dusty shed? Still the other half had an ace up his sleeve. This was no ordinary car museum this was the National Motor Museum and more importantly it was home to The World of Top Gear. That swung it in his favour and so we duly packed up the car and headed off to Beaulieu. The motor museum is approached along A roads through spectacularly beautiful countryside passing through the New Forest and an array of wild ponies. We ... Read the complete review
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