Haynes International Motor museum
You’ve owned the manual now see the cars! From a Ford Fiesta to a Ferrari 360 they’ll be something you want to get excited about.
Open all week, 9:30am - 5:30pm
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11 miles Europe’s largest naval aviation collection, with 90 aircraft and 30 thousand artefacts to keep you entertained. Visit the website
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