The National Motor Museum and Collections Centre is tucked within beautiful New Forest National Park at Beaulieu in Hampshire. It is owned by the National Motor Museum Trust which is a charitable organization dedicated to preserving and promoting motoring history.
Originally the Montagu Motor Museum, founded in 1952 by Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu as a tribute to his father, who was one of the great pioneers of motoring in the United Kingdom and introduced King Edward VII (then the Prince of Wales) to motoring during the 1890s.
There are over 250 different vehicles on display that range from some of the earliest motor cars ever made to world speed record breaking machines such as the famous Bluebird, driven by Malcolm and Donald Campbell. We've posted some of the earliest examples and will continue to add more of the gazillion pictures we took there.
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