- Museums and Art Galleries
- Railway and Transport Attractions
Venue type: Indoor
Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection is a fun packed indoor museum with loads of activities for the children.
With seven unique galleries including an enchanting toy collection, the museum is a nostalgic journey through the 20th century, making it a vintage day out for the whole family to enjoy.
The museum is bulging with great cars, quaint caravans, precarious looking motorcycles, enamel signs and an intriguing collection of motoring curiosities.
Showcases are packed with memorabilia, from gramophones to cameras, you will need to look high and low, and every corner is filled.
Throughout the museum there are sounds and smells from the days of the blacksmith through to the era of heavy metal and glam rock.
You will be delighted to find Brum. He lives here, in the Museum, and this is where he was filmed. He loves having his photo taken, so don't forget your camera!
Running through the museum there are quizzes, feely boxes, building games, brass rubbings, old fashioned toys and dressing-up boxes and this is not just for the grown-ups, kids can join in too!
Getting There and Contact Information
The Old Mill, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, GL54 2BY, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
13th February through mid-December 2016
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Children 4 to 16 years: £3.95
Under 4s: Free
Family (2 adults and 2 children): £17.35
The toilet is suitable for disabled users and there is a baby changing area.
Baby food facilities
There are no catering facilities at the Museum, but there are plenty of cafes nearby. The toilet has a baby changing area and the Museum is accessible for pushchairs
In the museum shop, you will find all manner of gifts and motoring memorabilia. There are models and toys for little (and not so little) kids, featuring Vanguard, Maisto and Cararama. For a momento of your visit there is an extensive range of magnets, m
There are no refreshments available on the museum site, but there are plenty of cafes, restaurants and fish and chip shops within a few steps from the museum. In the summer, many people bring along a picnic and sit by the river.