Mouldsworth Motor Museum Museums
A century plus of motoring history and memorabilia, housed in a famous 1930's Art Deco building and situated 6 miles east of Chester, Cheshire.
The first replica garage was built to coincide with the Chester Vintage Enthusiasts Club use of the site for driving tests and this led to the opening of a Museum. The core of the exhibits was provided by Eddie Farrall and his collection of SS Jaguars.
Over the years, the museum exhibits have been expanded: not only vehicles but motoring memorabilia including old pumps, signs, mascots and garage paraphernalia. The museum has also been the subject of several radio and TV programmes and the vehicles have been loaned to property buyers for use in period dramas.
The Museum is very fortunate in that it has been able to feature a number of very special vehicles over the years. These include the 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C owned by Ferrari (valued at over one-and-a-half million pounds) and, more recently, the world-famous 'BABS' - the fastest car on the planet when Parry Thomas broke the land-speed record in 1926. .
AddressSmithy Lane, Mouldsworth, Cheshire, CH3 8AR
Opening timesSundays 12-5pm and all Bank Holidays
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