Welcome to Lakeland Motor Museum
A fascinating collection of some 30,000 exhibits which trace the development of road transport throughout the twentieth century - motor cars, motorbikes, cycles and automobila.Book Now
Visit our tribute to the racing Campbells, Sir Malcolm and son Donald, who between them captured 21 world land and water speed records for Great Britain, in the Bluebird series of cars and boats.Campbell Bluebird Exhibition
Classic cars and stunning motor vehicles all under one roof
Vintage and Veteran, Classic, Curious and Comical, Majestic, Weird and Wonderful.Explore our car collection
Automobilia from around the world
We’ve got probably the largest collection of motoring of memorabilia in the UK.Exhibits on show
Much more than just a motor museum
Explore our fantastic recreations of period shops, a 1930s garage and World War I display. Find out about local Lakeland industries and motoring in the Lake District.Interactive map
Combine your visit with a cruise on Lake Windermere
Our amazing location at the southern tip of Windermere is right in the heart of The Lakes. Our combined tickets with Windermere Lake Cruises let you enjoy a cruise and museum visit within 5 days of each other.Find Out More
Open daily until 4:30pm
Explore our fascinating collection of over 30,000 exhibits that trace the development of road transport throughout the twentieth century - cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and automobilia.
Housed in a converted mill in the heart of the Lake District, we’re minutes from Lake Windermere.
Much more than just a motor museum, our local history and period shopping displays, authentic recreations and picturesque riverside cafe makes it a great day out for the whole family.
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6th December 2023
Time: 9:30a.m. - 3:30p.m.
Can you find the 12 elves lost in the museum?See more events
OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9:30AM
Last entry 3:30pm for a 4:30pm close.
We are open every day except Christmas Day.
The world's only surviving Tri-van
This is the only surviving example of a 1949 Tri-Van built by Turners of Wolverhampton. It cost £150, was powered by a 168cc two-stroke engine, had a …Read on
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