Myreton Motor Museum
|Location||Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland|
|Nearest car park||On-site (free)|
The museum holds a collection commercial vehicles, cars, motor cycles, bicycles, motoring memorabilia and toy cars dating back to the turn of the twentieth century. A notable exhibit in the museum is the 1989 Jaguar XJS which the British Member of Parliament Sir Menzies Campbell donated to it in 2006, to fulfil a commitment on environmental grounds that he had made during his successful campaign to be elected as leader of the Liberal Democrats political party.
The museum was established in 1966 by the late Willie Dale.
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