Cotswold Motoring Museum:
Home of Brum
The Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection is very proud to be the home of super hero TV star Brum.
The half-scale replica of a late-1920s Austin 7 “Chummy” convertible, first appeared on TV screens in September of 1991. It showed Brum, the highly intelligent little car, having all kinds of adventures before returning home to his spot in the museum.
The collection neatly represents a slice of motoring history from the 20th Century. The big showstoppers are of course the over 40+ cars, the caravans, the motorcycles and the dozens of bicycles. But what will really take your breath away is the huge amount of related material.
It is the showcases packed with motoring paraphernalia, the old garage equipment, the walls filled with enamel signs, the petrol pumps and globes, everything connected with motoring from branded hat pins to an AA box. Around these objects we weave stories, history, facts and feelings to create a Museum where it’s hoped the past will inspire the future.
The Cotswold Motoring Museum is open 10am – 6pm, seven days a week from mid-February to mid-December 2017
4–16 years £4.10
Under 4s Free
2 adults & 2 children £18.00
Phone: 01451 821255