Bentley Motor Museum Museums
Near Lewes, East Sussex
Perhaps the most successful British make in the history of motor sport was the Bentley. W. O. Bentley, who had raced foreign made cars before the First World War, designed a light sporting car for road use based on the racing cars of several years earlier. The first production models appeared in 1921.
The Bentley Motor Museum is a superb collection of gleaming Veteran, Edwardian and Vintage Cars and Motorcycles. The Motor Museum was the first large scale addition to Bentley since Mary Askew gave the estate to East Sussex.
Summer: Open daily from 21 March - 31 October, 10.30am - 5.30pm
Bentley House opens 12noon daily from 25 March to 31 October.
Winter: open WEEKENDS ONLY and during East Sussex school holidays and half terms (see Press and these web pages for details)
10.30am - 4pm. N B Bentley House closed all Winter.
CLOSED on Christmas Eve and Christmas day
AddressNear Lewes, East Sussex, Halland, Sussex, BN8 5AF
Opening times10.30am - 4.30pm
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