London Motor Museum

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London Motor Museum
Established 2012
Location 3 Nestle's Avenue,
Hayes UB3 4SB, England
Type Automobile museum
Public transit access Hayes and Harlington railway station

The London Motor Museum has more than 160 exhibits; they include classic cars from the 1960s, '70s and '80s, and a selection of famous cars – including Herbie the Volkswagen Beetle, one of six original Batmobiles used in the first Batman (1989) film, and a Ford Gran Torino from the television series Starsky and Hutch.[1]


The museum's founder, known as Elo, drove with Maximillion Cooper in the first Gumball 3000 rally in 1999.[1]



The closest train station is Hayes and Harlington. The station is 0.11 miles away (under a minute's walk).


Buses stop outside Hayes and Harlington station: 90, 140, 195, 350, E6, H98, U4, U5.


M4 motorway, Junction 3; A312 to Hayes. The museum is at the junction of Nestle's Avenue and Station Road.


  1. ^ a b Mort Smith (15 August 2012). "A car for every occasion at the London Motor Museum in Hayes". Uxbridge Gazette. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 

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Coordinates: 51°30′07″N 0°25′15″W / 51.501972°N 0.42072°W / 51.501972; -0.42072