HAYNES INTERNATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM
Specificity Center, Groups and Clubs, Historical Information, Gift Shop, Displays, Venue Hire, Exhibitions, Collections, Workshop, Events, Educational and Family Fun Programs, Cafe & Restoration
Haynes International Motor Museum is UK's largest exhibition of the world's most significant vehicles at Sparkford in Somerset. It has over 400 cars and bikes displayed in stunning style from 1885 to the present day, offers an excellent day out for everyone. It has over 400 vehicles and motorcycles as well as a range of other Automobilia. The Museum also hosts seminars for non-motor industry organisations. The Museum's extensive collection of veteran, vintage and classic cars and bikes offers a fascinating window into the history of motoring within 17 exhibition spaces. It provides free child admission (under four years of age).
Price: Adult (Aged 16 yrs. +) £14.50 & Child (Aged 4 - 15 yrs.) £9.00
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Family Activities, Plants, Farmhouse, Flowers, Trees, Colourful Borders, Events, Collection, Middle Garden, Fountain Garden and Pool, Clipped Hedges, Tea-Room, Secluded Lawns & Glittering Pools
Tintinhull Garden is a small garden of the arts and crafts of the 20th century surrounding a house I listed in the 17th century. Approximately 25,000 people visit it every year. The garden is laid out in walls and hedges divided. You will also be able to enjoy a working kitchen garden, orchards, new woodland walking area, bird feeding area, and a fascinating village show. It serves in delicious cakes and cream teas. Dogs on leads are welcome.
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House, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Heritage Centre, Education, School Programs, Group Visits, Events & Shops
Chard Museum in converted listed buildings and outbuildings from the 16th century, covering almost an acre, with exhibit collections on local history and displays relating to the lives of notable residents. Exhibit collections about local history and exhibitions related to the lives of famous residents in the area. The main new exhibits numerous WW1 memorabilia a history of Chard roads, railways and canals images from the archive. It offers free admission for accompanied kids.
Price: £4 for Adults