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Beware of the dark forces at the Heritage Motor Centre

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Daleks and Storm troopers are to invade the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon on Sunday 21st February from 10am – 4pm. ‘ Who Wars’ will see life size iconic characters from Dr Who and Star Wars roaming the museum in between the world’s largest historic collection of British cars. Fans will have the chance to meet their beloved screen characters including Darth Vader, Jabber the Hut, Scarecrow Men and the infamous Daleks.


Throughout the day Who Wars themed activities will take place in the Education room including the chance to make Star Wars mini figures, or build a Tardis. Characters from both legendary screen hits will battle it out in a Who Wars Question Time to test their 'galactic' knowledge. The Question Time will be MC’d by Who Wars very own Doctor, with the opportunity for members of the audience to ask their own questions. Visitors will also have the chance to buy official merchandise from specialist trade stands and have their photographs taken with the characters.


During half term week the family can enjoy a host of fun filled activities. On Thursday 18 February children can take part in special craft activities from 11am - 3pm. Or they can ride as a passenger and experience the extreme capabilities of an off-road vehicle on the 4x4 Experience (5 yrs+). Sessions will take place daily (13-21 February), weather permitting, from 10.30am – 4:30pm and are open to non-museum visitors.


Emma Rawlinson, Events Executive for the Heritage Motor Centre stated “We are delighted to be hosting Who Wars which will give fans the opportunity of meeting these legendary characters as they roam around our prized collection of cars. The Heritage Motor Centre has a whole host of fun activities to keep everyone entertained during half term week. ”


Normal museum entry fees apply for Who Wars. A family ticket costs just £28 for 2 adults & 3 children. Prices per ride for the 4X4 Experience cost £6 for adults and £4 for children and concessions.


Who Wars is just one of a whole host of family events taking place at the Heritage Motor Centre during the school holidays in 2010. To find out more information please visit the website at

Beware of the dark forces at the Heritage Motor Centre

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