This page listsÂ some of the most frequently asked questions received by The Caravan Club about their Collection.
If you have an enquiry about an aspect of Club history, please get in touch with The Caravan Club Collection Officer who would be happy to help.
The Collection also holds sporadic membership records and information relating to Club personalities and may be able to assist with your family history research.
Please note: for research enquiries allow up to 28 days for a response. Alternatively, you may wish to visit us to conduct your own research, therefore please make an appointment.
The Caravan Club welcomes professional and amateur researchers to visit the National Motor Museum Collections Centre and access material which is not on public display.
The Caravan Club Collection actively collects material relating to its history and would like to hear from you if you have something of interest.
Please note: The Caravan Club currently holds complete volumes of En Route and The Caravan Club Magazine. We are regretfully unable to accept further offers of these publications.
The Caravan Club occasionally borrows items for exhibition, research and digitisation (copying) purposes. We also accept items from the public for identification. All items are loaned for a fixed term only and we are unable to accept long-term or infinite period loans.
In common with the National Motor Museum and other museums, The Caravan Club Collection does not give valuations. Please consult one of the auction houses specialising in automobilia.
A selection of Club memorabilia can be seen in the caravan area of the National Motor Museum.
The Caravan Club retains full ownership of the Collection, and has entered into an agreement for it to be hosted at the National Motor Museum until 2013.
Find out more on how to join the Club at its award winning website.
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