The Aston Martin Heritage Foundation was established in 1998 as an educational association. Its aim is to preserve and celebrate the history of Aston Martin Lagonda. Starting with a 1935 Aston Martin Ulster and a small collection of documents and trophies, the heritage has grown to include over the years, both in terms of documents and cars.
The Aston Martin Heritage Foundation is now exhibiting about thirty cars, only Aston Martins, from the A3, the 3rd prototype built by the brand and currently the oldest aston in existence, to more recent models of the modern era. In addition to the A3 and Ulster, the collection includes classic Aston Martins from the 1950s/1970s and models from the 2000s, prototypes (for example a prototype of DB7), examples by bodybuilders like Zagato, racing cars (one of the 5 Aston Martin Nimrod)…
The Aston Martin Heritage Foundation has a very large collection of miniatures, representing almost all Aston Martin models produced since the beginning, whether in series or for racing. Engines being at the heart of sports cars, the visitor will also discover several engines, some of which are cut to detail their operation. There are also many trophies won by Aston Martin, racing memorabilia (e.g. Stirling Moss suits and helmets), as well as tools since aston Martins have long been shaped and assembled by hand. After your visit, the shop offers miniatures, books, T-shirts and other souvenirs. The Aston Martin Heritage Foundation archives contain one of the world’s largest collections of Aston Martin documents and thousands of photographs. Ample free parking, but be careful, no coffee or toilets in the museum
See booking site for dates and times. Tickets must be booked online at least 24 hours in advance on the following website: https://aston-martin-museum.arttickets.org.uk/ You will book for a one-hour slot. You can arrive before the time of the reserved slot, but you will need to have finished your tour by the end time of your slot.
|Seniors (over 60 years old), Youth (6 to 16 years old)||£3.00|
|Children (under 6 years old)||Free|
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