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.
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.