Llangollen Motor Museum
Llangollen Motor Museum is a celebration of all forms of motoring from days gone by. It is home to more than 60 vehicles, from cars to invalid carriages, from motorbikes to caravans.

The museum aims to be interesting and informative but, more importantly for the owners, show the charm and character of our motoring heritage with their collection of well-loved working motors. Most of the vehicles are still driven on the road, including a model ‘T’ Ford and many other veteran and vintage cars.

The motorbike collection includes examples of British marques from the glory days of British biking such as Triumph, Norton, Ariel, Sunbeam and BSA.

Special displays at the museum include:

  • A 1950s village garage scene complete with owner’s quarters
  • A small exhibition showing the history and development of our canal network

School parties and car clubs are warmly welcomed and the owners will endeavour to answer any motoring questions.

Clubs can be accommodated in a private field either overnight or for a picnic.

Ample parking. Riverside picnic area. Open all year round 9:00am to 4.30pm (last admission) Close at 5pm. Concours rebuilds carried out in our workshops.

As an added bonus, we also have parts for classics, mainly 60`s but some earlier and some later. We specialise in ignition, brakes and suspension items. We have over 7,000 plugs in stock mostly Champion and also a full range of keys MRN, FA, FP,FS,ST and TS.

Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for further information on any of our services or you can simply come down and see first hand what we can do for you – we would love to meet you! Alternatively you can visit our social media pages to hear about our latest adventures, news and deals OR you can read our reviews on Trip Advisor where people have rated us 4.5 out of 5!

Call us today on: 01978 860 324
Email us on: info@llangollenmotormuseum.co.uk
Visit our website: www.llangollenmotormuseum.co.uk

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