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London Motor Museum, Hayes

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  • My kids (adult kids) wanted to take me here for Father's Day. They know I love cars. We spent an hour wandering round looking at everything from beautiful cars to loads of old rubbish to be fair. Ther...  more »
  • I should slap myself for not reading the reviews about this place before going. What a craphole! No wonder it calls itself a "Motor" museum: if it called itself a "Car" museum you could sue them under...  more »
  • In there for 40 minutes and cost £130 for a family of 4 including £10 car park fee. There is a "dukes of hazzard" display but no General Lee, instead a Sinclair C5 painted in General Lee colours, grea...  more »
  • OK for a rainy Sunday. It is a tad expensive for what it is hence it gets three stars. It should be half the price that they charge for entry. I liked it. Lots of custom and modified cars which I have no probs with but the annoying purists will probably knock.My kids enjoyed it but you will be done in 1 to 2 hrs. If your really stuck mid winter it's OK but the entry price......
  • Lovely but flawed... We got Groupon tickets for the museum which was worth it, but I'd seriously hesitate to pay the full entry price unless you're a total custom car enthusiast. The selection and quality of the vehicles is great - and pretty family friendly (my toddler spent the vast majority of the visit playing in the plywood Fab1 whilst the rest of us drooled over rarities), but is seriously let down by bizarrely inconsistent explanatory labels which are almost all incomplete, misspelled, unreadable or entirely absent. The staff on the day were lovely, but the catering "Burger Bus" on site was closed for refurbishment - something not advertised on the website and more than a little inconvenient with few catering options in the high street nearby. All in all the museum feels like an amazing hobby project, but one which could be really special with just a touch of professional curation skills.
  • I took my two boys to this great hidden Gem spent about 1and half hours looking around at some amazing cars and the kids loved the batmobile and the film cars , you don't get much opportunity to take pictures of these cars up so close . P.S you must try the Cadillac burger from the burger bus , yum ,yum 😄👍
  • It's not too bad. Location is not the best, but keep in mind that the man did all by himself. So all respect for the owner.
  • Great collection of cars but you are not allowed to sit in them, hence taking away allot from the experience and fulfillment of seeing your dream cars