Cotswold Motoring Museum
Cotswold Motoring Museum is part of the Boundless Breaks exclusive collection. We are currently having technical difficulties with the museum’s own website: cotswoldmotoringmuseum.co.uk, but we’re working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, please give the museum a call on 01451 821255 and they will be happy to assist you.
- Boundless members save 10% on entrance fees.
- Packed with motoring memorabilia from the past 90 years, with over 50 vehicles, and more than 45 motorbikes, pedal cars and caravans on display.
- Stay at nearby Boundless Break Cotswolds Cottages and visit the museum for free. Click here to find out more about our cottages in the Cotswolds and to book.
- The Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection has seven galleries across 7,500sq².
- Home to TV’s superhero-car “Brum”, a huge attraction for kids of all ages, along with a fascinating collection of toys.
- 2015 winner of TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.
- Boundless-owned UK Breaks.
For a fun family day out that’s great value for money, all roads lead to the Cotswold Motoring Museum. In a lovingly converted watermill adjacent to The Cotswold Cottages, the museum is nestled in the picturesque village of Bourton on the Water in Gloucestershire, it’s easily accessible by car and public transport. The Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection has seven galleries across 7,500sq² packed with motoring memorabilia from the past 90 years. Plus, it’s also home to TV’s superhero-car “Brum”, a huge attraction for kids of all ages, along with a fascinating collection of toys.
Discover the brightest & best UK travel destinations. Cotswolds Motoring Museum is part of Boundless owned UK breaks an exclusive collection of UK destinations, including a family friendly holiday park, a decadent hotel and delightful cottages. All properties have been carefully selected to provide memorable hospitality, & first rate facilities, whether you are planning a wildlife walk, historic houses visit or a family friendly escape. Escape the everyday and make the days count.
Bourton-on-the-water is regularly voted one of the most beautiful villages in the UK, it’s perfect for a romantic getaway or family escape. Boundless Breaks own four quaint cottage apartments, all housed within an old mill building. Built from local Cotswold stone with original rustic exposed beams throughout, the self-catering apartments all come with fully equipped kitchens and charming lounges. Compact and cosy, they offer plenty of modern comforts for an unforgettable self-catering getaway.
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Below is everything you need to know to plan your exciting trip to the museum.
Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection
The Old Mill
Bourton on the Water
The museum is located in the heart of Bourton on the Water which is just off the A429 about halfway between the A40 Oxford and Cheltenham Road and Stow in the Wold.
There are several places to park in Bourton on the Water, where you can then follow signs to village centre, the museum is situated in Sherbourne Street which is adjacent to the War Memorial on the village green.
There are a few buses to the main towns and Moreton for rail connections, but they are not very regular and change between summer and winter.
Regular services runs to nearby:
Kingham - 5.6 miles away
Shipton - 7.1 miles away
Moreton-in-Marsh - 8.4 miles away
Disabled access is available throughout the museum and Bourton on the Water is particularly good for wheelchairs users as much of it is flat. If you have any concerns or special requirements regarding the above, please call us on 01451 821255.
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"One of the best car museums we have seen. The cars are great, as expected, but the extras, the signs almost everywhere, the models and cycles hanging from the ceiling and so on, really made a difference. The information cards hanging over the cars are great, they had information I’d not seen about the car’s origins before. If we lived closer we would be more frequent visitors to your museum."