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Visit the Heritage Motor Centre for free as part of 'Museums at Night'‏

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The Heritage Motor Centre is inviting visitors to join them for an exclusive out of hour’s free experience on Saturday 16 May from 5.30pm – 8.00pm as part of ‘Museums at Night’. For the first time, visitors can visit the museum in a completely different light and take part in special tours and family activities. ‘Museums at Night’, is a UK-wide festival which attracts visitors into museums, galleries and heritage sites by throwing open their doors after hours and hosting special evening events.

Visitors to the Heritage Motor Centre can explore the extensive collection of British cars, join an ‘object handling’ session with some intriguing items from the ‘behind the scenes’ collection and be part of the Car Stories project by sharing their motoring memories. Visitors can also travel back in time and join a 1920’s theory driving class with the ‘Honourable Mrs Victor Bruce’. Local percussionist Bo Davies, who will drum using car parts, will provide some interactive musical entertainment on the night.

Anyone who would like to visit on the evening of Saturday 16 May will need to book their place by visiting the website

For more information about the HMC please visit www.heritage-motor-centre.co.uk or call 01926 641188.

For more information about Museums at Night

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