We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Located in the picturesque village of Bourton on the Water, the Cotswold Motoring Museum is a fascinating journey through the 20th century that the whole family can enjoy. The Museum is bulging with great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking...more
The Old Mill Sherborne Street, Bourton-on-the-Water GL54 2BY, England
All reviewsold carsclassic carswell worth a visitcar enthusiastmotoring museummotor vehiclestrip down memory lanebrought back memoriespacked fullamazing collectionstep back in timeon displaylittle gemall agesvalue for moneytucked awayrainy day
We thoroughly enjoyed this Museum, with so much to see. Every space floor, walls and ceilings covered with many items. We chatted to a man who happily told us about the history and the collection. He was proudly dusting the exhibits whilst explaining where the...More
What a fantastic find !
Loads of nostalgia crammed into this museum. My daughters we delighted to see Brum having been avid followers of his antics on TV!
The ticket is an all day ticket so you can go off for lunch and return to...More
We visited today as a family with a three year old daughter. I was very interested in the museum as a car and history enthusiast but was daunting the experience of taking a three year old inside. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that...More
Well worth a visit, you enter a smallish shop, and pay for entry into the museum,your ticket are valid all day, so you can go off to eat and go back in later. Remember to look up when visiting, as there are many bikes and...More
Visited here to today and was reluctant to go in as there was no fee for consessions.
We paid the full price and really surprised of how much there was to see.
Very small and compact but well worth a visit.
We have been coming to /bourton for 10 years plus, but have never bothered to visit this museum.
Well what a nice little museum! We were all genuinely surprised about how big it was. So many cars to see, along with all the ephemera that...More
It was an excellent attraction, very nostalgic as memories started to flood back when I saw certain cars and even forecourt signs from bygone eras. Its nicely put together and it was great to explain to my kids. I enjoyed the attraction a lot and...More
This is a great museum, full of nostalgia and local history and much bigger than it initially looks. The museum is fully disabled accessable and wheelchair friendly. There are no steps inside to navigate and there is a ramp leading up to the museum entrance....More
What a great packed full of memorabilia this museum is, (even better that if you are staying in the self catering cottages next door, when you get free entry as often as you want during your stay.!)
Helpful, friendly staff, great if the weather isn’t...More