The National Motor Museum Trust's vision is be the best, most representative and accessible collection of motor vehicles, motoring artefacts and archives telling the story of motoring in Britain.
The Trust's objectives are to promote education, research and conservation in motoring history for the benefit of the public.
With no core government funding, we rely on our friends, supporters and visitors to help us to achieve this vision.
With your support we can increase engagement in motoring heritage by developing and improving our museum displays, collections, education programmes and on-going activities and events.
Behind the scenes in our Collections Centre, we are implementing a long-term programme to research, record, preserve and digitise individual items within our collections.
In the Museum, a redevelopment programme is underway, to create more display space through the construction of a mezzanine floor, improve access through additional lifts and ramps, and replacement of roof glazing panels to protect exhibits.
We trust we can rely on your support. With your help, the redevelopment will greatly improve the way we tell the story of motoring. Using extensive collections of photographs, film, archives and objects not previously displayed, we will add context to the internationally important vehicles in the Museum. There will be greater opportunity for visitors to engage with motoring heritage throughout the Museum, including new hands-on activities. The time taken to complete these programmes, and the extent to which we are able to progress, is dependent on the level of funding we are able to raise during the next few years.
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