Transport and Motor Museums
The map of Transport Museums highlights hotspot museums dedicated to automobiles. Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum in UK is a museum for all fans of unusual or vintage automobiles. Created in 1927, it includes some the oldest cars in the world. According to the museum, the collection consists of over 850 automobiles and motorcycles of various epochs containing models that run. Among them, motorcycles and cars, of which just a few numbers were built, and small models. Keepers of the museum believe that this collection of objects will be more than enough for some museums. The main interest is the impressive machinery from all eras. In an interactive presentation, visitors can choose to view a series of cars with their ups and downs. In addition to cars, the museum also includes - two restorations of the machine that raced in Formula 1, the machine that raced the Le Mans, and (not surprisingly) the machine that raced the Grand Prix during World War II..... starting with cars and extending to motorcycling, aircraft, and boats, this collection reflects the history of how, in many ways, these dynamic machines have shaped our world.
Bideford Railway Heritage Centre, operating for around 28 years, features various interesting rides, from steam goods for toddlers to vintage cars that run along the railway track. You can get a ride to view old engines or take a ride through the quaint countryside of the county. Located in Bideford, this heritage centre is very popular, especially for those who enjoy steam engines as weekend holidays and as day trips. To complete the experience, the centre offers great photo opportunities too.
Blue Anchor Railway Museum is a popular venue for families, students, or citizens to learn more about Railways. The centre is run by volunteers and citizens of the town who work very hard to preserve the heritage of this railway. The price of admission is free, but donations are welcome.
British Motor Museum is another popular museum situated in Gaydon, Warwickshire. It is a Site of Local Importance for Nature Conservation, and it has an area of two hectares. The centre serves as a home for historic vehicles, a collection of over 6000 cars, and over 150 motorcycles. It provides the best platform to learn about the invention and development of the first 1930s cars. All visitors to this centre have to pay a small entry fee. However, it does not cover the cost of your bus ride there and back.