About the Museum

Described in our visitors book as many things including. 'Funny and informative' 'A trip down memory lane' 'Wonderful 'as is' museum. 'Excellent but very strange' the Museum tries to be interesting and informative but most of all to demonstrate the charm and character of our motoring past. The museum is not just two rows of old cars quietly rusting away. Most of our vehicles are on the road. The collection includes a model T Ford, a 30/98 Vauxhall, several Austins and Citroens. Among the motor bikes are most of the names that bring back memories of 'British Bikes'. The Norton, the Triumph, the Ariel, the Sunbeam and the B.S.A.. An experience not to be missed. Llangollen Motor Museum has: More than 60 vehicles from cars to invalid carriages and pedal cars. A 50's village garage scene complete with owners quarters. The cars that grandad used to drive. A small exhibition showing the history and development of our canal network School parties are most welcome. The owners are always ready to answer questions and explain how motoring has changed. For car clubs there is a private field available for picnics or overnight camping.

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Llangollen Motor Museum Office

  • Address: Pentre Felin, Llangollen, North Wales
  • Postcode: LL20 8EE
  • Phone: 01978 860 324
  • URL: www.llangollenmotormuseum.co.uk

Business Hours

  • March to October, Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 5pm. Winter Opening by arrangement.

Llangollen Motor Museum

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