The London Motor Museum is home to some of the most historic and unique automobiles. In 2001, Elo [a former model] followed his passion and started the London Motor Museum with mere 7 cars and currently in 2017 has more than 200 of unique customized vehicles from 1930 to till date. It is conveniently located just 5 minutes away [by walk] from Hayes and Harlington Station.
Opening Timings:10am – 6pm [seven days a week]
Address: LONDON MOTOR MUSEUM,3 Nestles Avenue,Hayes,Middlesex,United Kingdom,UB3 4SB
Get directions: https://goo.gl/maps/cdjd9jq2mYR2
From this April to August 2017, every sunday from 10am to 6pm they have car club meets throughout summer.
They also offer Indoor car storage starting from around £30 per week, you can check with them directly for the same.
They have the Movie Car Section, The Bat-Cave (home to both the 1966 and 1989 Batmobile), Muscle Car Alley, The Supercar Paddock[some of the fastest cards on the planet]. They have exotic collection of vintage cars, movie cars, classic cars, sports cars, american muscle cars, low riders and a lot more. I do agree with most people who think that the price is high for the museum entry though I would like you to know that it takes a lot to create a collection of such stunning vehicles, maintaining the place and vehicles. There are certainly better ways to save on the entrance cost, I suggest to go for this in your LONDON PASS itinerary or you can book it from deal sites like Groupon,2 for 1, dayoutguide,etc [will create a seperate blog on this so you can save money while visit the best places around London]
Well yes, they give cars on rent for private as well as for film production. So from 1939 Ford Model B to 1989 Batmobile Movie Car you can hire any of the wide range available for rent.
Though, all good things in life come for a price and incase if you are thinking of taking your girl on a date in Mr Bean MINI[Mr.Bean’s iconic car] or the 1939 Ford Model B [See pics below] you will have to shell out from £650 for a minimum hire period of 24 hours+