The High Days and Holidays exhibition explores the impact of the motor vehicle on British leisure time. From chauffeurs and charabancs to carnival and caravans, High Days and Holidays showcases objects, archives, books and photographs from the Museum’s Collections, along with items loaned by many partners.
This online exhibition was created from a touring exhibition produced by The National Motor Museum Trust, which was supported by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council Designation Challenge Fund. Throughout 2007 and 2008 High Days and Holidays travelled to venues across Britain before returning to Beaulieu where it became a popular feature with visitors in the Museum until 2011.
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