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Museum of Speed, Pendine

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  • It is closed for at least 18 months, for a complete rebuild, in fact it has been completely demolished I wanted to go to the museum , so why would I look at Trip advisor. Upon arriving, I had to ask.....  more »
  • We have visited the Museum of Speed on previous occasions on our motor bikes, you can imagine our surprise on our arrival not only was it closed it has disappeared!!!!!!! There does look as if it is.....  more »
  • Visited in Sept with my hubby. It was really interesting to read about the racing that used to take place on Pendine Sands beach. The story is bitter sweet. Good to see babs. There was a section...  more »
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  • if your walking passed anyway then its worth going in for a look. dont bother head out to here for a big day out, this museum tour lasts between 6-10 minutes but very nice chatty staff, well worth a look for small fee, but you wouldn't visit here twice .
  • None of the Museum public media display correct opening times, with much of it not updated from 2011. Can't comment on the Museum interior as it's never open when I'm here and it's supposed to be. However it doesn't reflect well when you can't rely on the out of date information they provided.
  • Waste of time. The Museum is tiny with hardly any exhibits. Lots of boards nailed to the wall telling you about the history of Motorsport at Pendine which is interesting but does not make up for the lack of physical exhibits. Its more of a information centre rather than a Museum. Still has the usual gift shop selling overpriced rubbish. The place could be great, it does not justify and long drive like we did and left feeling disappointed and left out of pocket in regards to fuel costs to get there. You can be in and out of the place in 10 minuets.
  • Worth a visit. Yes it is a little sparse, but it is free and has some really interesting items. It's right next to the beach so pop in :-)
  • What was there was closed and the whole place very dissapointing. A small burger van name and a plaque are all the commemorates this once great place.

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