THE Heritage Motor Centre is so much more than just a car museum and throughout the summer holidays there are loads of activities taking place to help beat the boredom.
Daily activities include go-karts, a 4x4 experience, a miniature roadway, an adventure play area, as well as quizzes and other activities designed to help families interpret and enjoy the collection.
The Heritage Motor Centre continues to celebrate the Minis 50th Birthday with “MINIature” themed family craft activities taking place every Thursday during the school holidays, activities are free to all museum visitors and take place between 11am-3pm. With pencils, paints, stamps, stickers, scalelectrics and much more make sure every Thursday is kept free in your the diary.
And best of all – If you choose to Gift Aid your entrance ticket on the day of your visit (…just £28 for a family), HMC will give you a Season Ticket pass for free so you can keep coming back to events in the museum free for a whole year! (Terms and Conditions apply)
Visit www.heritage-motor-centre for more information.
The Mini celebrations are part of a year-long Celebration of Imagination – events to mark key anniversaries of iconic heroes in the Heart of England. The anniversaries include 200 years since the birth of naturalist, Charles Darwin in Shrewsbury, Stratford–upon-Avon’s celebration of the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare’s sonnets, 300 years since the start of the Industrial Revolution in Ironbridge and 200 years since the birth of Dr William Penny-Brookes, the man behind the Wenlock Olympian Games. It’s also the 300th birthday of Samuel Johnson, 250th anniversary of Josiah Wedgwood and Matthew Boulton’s bicentenary in Birmingham. More details can be found at www.visittheheart.co.uk.