The National Motor Museum Trust Limited is a charitable organisation founded in 1972, which runs the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. Continuing the work of the flagship Montagu Motor Museum, the Trust has a world famous collection of vehicles and associated motoring items, which are on display in the National Motor Museum. The nearby Collections Centre houses and cares for a vast array of images, books and items all related to motoring.
The National Motor Museum Trust is recruiting additional trustees who can bring significant expertise and enthusiasm to the trustee board. Find out more.
Read the NMM Trustees Annual Report for 2017.
The National Motor Museum Trust’s Vision:
Engaging and inspiring people with the story of motoring through world class collections.
Board of Trustees
- Lord Montagu of Beaulieu (President)
- Christopher Macgowan OBE – Acting Chairman
- Caroline Marcus
- Nick Mason
- The Hon Mary Montagu-Scott
- Lord Strathcarron
- Robert Taylor
- Helen Evenden
- Pierre Bonnet
The National Motor Museum Trust staff work alongside a team of volunteers, who help with a wide variety of collections-based tasks.