The British Motor Museum is laying on plenty of fun for all the family this summer from
20 July – 2 September, and they say…
Explore the new exhibition entitled ‘The Car. The Future. Me.’
and take part in a number of futuristic themed activities including family tours and trails,
Summer Science Shows and STEM Activities with MOD Kineton.
Visitors can explore the basics of circuits with Discover circuits, using their design flair
to draw a car then creating a circuit to give it working headlights. There’s also the chance
to Get futuristic with colouring – choose a car picture, colour it in and watch it come
to life with the Quiver App.
The Back to the Drawing Board family trail runs every day. Explore the Museum
seeking out pieces of the drawing board jigsaw to design your Mini. Sketch, technical
drawing, cut away and finished design – which will you choose? The Back into the
Future family tour takes place every day at 1.30pm when costumed guides take you
back to the 1950’s to explore what the future looked like then!
The Summer Science Show goes out live every Wednesday at 11.45am and 2.15pm.
Join the ‘mad scientists’ Professor Pickle and Doctor Pumpkin and discover why they are
‘In a pickle over petrol! Then, every Thursday from 11am to 3pm, enjoy the Summer
STEM Activities and explore the possibilities of Science Technology Engineering and
Maths with the STEM ambassadors from MOD Kineton.
Emma Rawlinson, Life Long Learning Officer for the British Motor Museum stated “We’ve
got plenty to keep the family entertained this summer, whatever the weather! Hopefully
the sun will be shining so our visitors can make use of our outdoor play and picnic area.
All our activities are designed so that visitors can explore the Museum in a fun and
interactive way, whatever their age”.
Family activities take place every day from 10am to 3pm with last entry at 2.30pm. All
activities are included in the Museum admission and a family ticket is just £40. If you buy
1 day there is the option to get 12 months free when you Gift Aid your entrance. For
More details about the Museum’s summer activities:
Please visit www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/events/family-activities or call 01926 641188