World of Top Gear Exhibition: Beaulieu (Hampshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... this was Richard Hammond's stretch MG and opposite was James May's Alfarb (Alfa Romeo and Saab!) limo. It was great to see these cars in real life, and Harry was so happy it made the whole trip worth it! As well as these cars, there are plenty of others you should recognise too. There is the convertible Renault Megane people carrier set in a dummy car wash (as you may remember from that episode!), and you could also push a button to make the car wash thingys spin around which Harry loved. There were also the bikes that the guys drove through Vietnam in the Vietnam special set in a little fenced off area. Near this were the double decker ca... more
Customer World of Top Gear Exhibition: Beaulieu (Hampshire) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/06/10, updated on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Harry's a big Top Gear fan, so when it came to finding something to do for his birthday, a visit to Beaulieu's Motor Museum and the Top Gear exhibit there seemed like the perfect thing! We decided not to tell Harry where we going, instead getting him into the car straight after nursery and telling he we were going for his birthday surprise. When we arrived, there wasn't much to point out where we were and Harry was a bit unsure, but he soon spotted a Stig cardboard cutout in the window of the entrance, and he was enthralled! We excitedly went in and headed straight for the Top Gear exhibit, and luckily for us, it was right near the entrance. As soon as you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10 (Useful, 17 readings)
A fantastic interactive display and show about Top Gear at Beaulieu, in the New Forest. It may only be a short 10 minute video displayed on big screens but it is well worth visiting. The display of wrecked cars, stigs suits, The lap time list and the 'cool wall' are displayed inside. Even on the journey into the video show are hularious displays of top gear antics. The cars on display are brilliant! They have the limos from the celebrity awards show episode, The car James May filled with water and drove round the track among many others. There are three sections of display cars which are totally authentic ruined-by-the-boys cars and ... Read the complete review
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