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The 2019 events line-up for Beaulieu has been confirmed with the announcement of new Simply rallies joining the calendar of award-winning events.

Simply Mercedes will build on the growing success of Beaulieu’s popular Simply range of rallies, which celebrate car marques from Ford to Porsche in the grounds of the National Motor Museum. Read More »

Get geared up for a custom-themed Father’s Day with Beaulieu’s Hot Rod & Custom Drive-In Day on Sunday June 17th and enjoy amazing cars and bikes, great live music, dancing and a vibrant Vintage Village.

For an exciting start to the retro weekend, see Vee Dubs of every variety at Simply VW on Saturday June 16th. Successfully paired for the first time last year, these two colourful events will create a jam-packed automotive celebration that every petrol-head will love in the grounds of the National Motor Museum. Read More »

The bright pink taxi familiar to millions of fans of the cult BBC comedy The League of Gentlemen has gone on show in Beaulieu’s On Screen Cars display of TV and film favourites.

One of the most distinctive people-movers ever to motor onto the small screen, the distinctive 2005 Citroen Dispatch taxi is the transportation choice of cab driver Barbara Tattsyrup (née Dixon), the owner of Bab’s Cabs in Royston Vasey in the award-winning comedy. Read More »

One of the country’s most knowledgeable aviation speakers, the former Chairman of Aston Martin and previously undiscovered recordings of long lost TV shows make a fascinating programme of spring lectures at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.

Starting the season on Saturday January 20th will be Controlling 9/11 with Phil Holt, who has over 40 years’ experience as an air traffic controller and was on duty on September 11th 2001 when the world changed forever with the attacks on New York and Washington. Read More »

Beaulieu National Motor Museum’s 1950 BRM V16 Type 15, a landmark historic British racing car, will return to Goodwood for the Festival of Speed following a fundraising appeal to rebuild its supercharged engine.

Made possible by generous donations to the BRM Preservation Appeal, the essential rebuild of the BRM’s complex engine was boosted when the National Motor Museum Trust became the 2014 Goodwood Revival Beneficiary Charity. So it is only fitting that the car will make a return appearance at the home of the historic motor racing circuit. Read More »