Cotswold Motoring Museum
|Location||Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, England|
The museum's collection includes cars, motorcycles, bicycles, caravans and motoring memorabilia of the 20th century.
The museum's toy collection includes pedal cars, bicycles, toy cars, buses, aeroplanes and other vehicles, model kits, meccano built into vehicles and structures, wooden and metal vehicles and penny tin toys.
The collection also includes the famous children's television star Brum, when he is not in use. The museum also features in the opening title sequence as Brum leaves the museum, where he is on display, and heads into the big town. It also features in the closing sequence as well, when Brum drives back into the museum.
The museum was founded in 1978 by car collector Mike Cavanagh. In 1999 Cavanagh sold it to the Civil Service Motoring Association, a not-for-profit organisation, who continue to run it.
In 2003 the Museum won the Heart of England Tourist Board's Visitor Attraction of the Year and in 2004 they won the Museums and Heritage Award for their interpretation project "Big Ideas for Small Children".
"Never mind the 00S, remember this little lot?". Gloucestershire Echo. Gloucestershire Media. 2008-03-31.
- "The Cotswold Motoring Museum". CSMA. Retrieved 2008-10-28.
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