The Lakeland motor museum is a Vintage Car Museum has a unique collection of around 30,000 exhibits. This includes over 130 Old Fashioned Cars and motorbikes which have been carefully assembled over 50 years. The museum is open seven days a week and is located in the scenic Leven Valley. Despite the cars being the main attraction, the museum has more to offer. The whole collection is shown off in a social contect, with a host of raritites to ‘awaken some special motoring memories.’
The museum exhibts which show off the Campbell Bluebird, authentic automobilia, an Isle of man TT tribute and much more! This is why it’s perfect for the family and for Vintage Vehicles enthusiasts.
Bluebird Electric 1
This car broke the British speef record for an electric vehicle just before the turn of the turn of the century in 1997. The Bluebird Electric 1 was made and driven by Don Wales, who was the grandson of Sir Malcolm Campbell.
Isle of man TT
John McGuiness 2007 Honda CBR1000 Fireblade. John McGuiness won the 2007 Senior, Superbike TT on this bike.
The Isle of Man TT is one of the most prestugious races in the motorcylcing year, it takes place every year without fail.
Fun fact - this was the first bike to go faster than the 130mph average lap time in the same year.
After a day out looking at the amazing cars and scenery that the Lake District has to offer, come and stay at the Hawksmoor Guest House for a great nights stay and award winning breakfast!
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