Visitors are invited to explore ‘military through the decades’ on Sunday 30th September when the British Motor Museum in Warwick hosts the Gaydon Military Show.
Now in its third year, the show encompasses all aspects of military history with a range of activities to enjoy.
Gaydon Military Show line-up
Visitors can see impressive displays of military vehicles including armoured vehicles, jeeps, Land Rovers, soft-skinned vehicles and many more. Plus, they can find out about different wartime eras with exhibits from World War Two through to the Cold War, including replica camps housing a variety of artefacts.
Inside the Museum, the Warwickshire Home Guard re-enactor display will be showcasing experiences from World War Two, and popular singing trio My Favourite Things will be back performing live classic wartime hits throughout the show.
Visitors are also encouraged to dress up in the own military uniforms and costumes related to the show.
Tom Caren, show organiser, said: “The show is a real step back in time with a range of displays, activities and live music to keep everyone entertained. There will also be the chance for visitors to make a weekend of it and camp in the grounds.”
About the British Motor Museum
The museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of historic British cars with more than 300 classic cars to discover.
There are free tours and interactive activities and displays on offer for a truly immersive experience which links the art of car design with history.
Discounts and packages are available for groups with 12 or more visiting the museum including guided tours and talks.
Group organisers can call 01926 643356 to find out more about group bookings or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about the Gaydon Military Show, visit www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk.