Our two day celebration of the famous Land Rover marque returns to the Museum, moving to 31 July & 1 August. This year we will mark 50(+1) years of the Range Rover!

This is one of the biggest days in the calendar for Land Rover fans and families. The Gaydon Land Rover Show boasts hundreds of these cars and also gives you the opportunity to explore the fabulous car collection inside the British Motor Museum.

For enthusiasts of this famous marque, we will welcome the well-known journalist Emrys Kirby for two special technical talks in our Museum workshop all about the 100” Land Rover on Saturday. We will have live commentary throughout the weekend, talking to a number of the clubs in attendance and hearing all about the stories behind their cars. There is also a selection of trade stands with Land Rover parts and accessories on offer. Inside the Museum, you will find plenty of Land Rovers on display including our showpiece ‘HUE 166′ AKA Huey – the first Land Rover ever produced.

Families will enjoy the ‘Mini Me’ kids trial with mini vintage and modern Land Rovers touring around the show arena. There will be live music from vintage singing trios ‘My Favourite Things’ on Saturday and ‘The Barn-Ettes’ on Sunday. Burgers and ice creams are available to purchase outside and we also have hot meals, sweet treats and refreshments in our Junction 12 Café.

Don’t take our word for it, here are what some of our recent visitors had to say:

– “Fab event, fab museum”

– “Pre-show info was good. Marshaling was good – marshals and museum staff were generally helpful, informative and friendly.”

– “An excellent show, best yet.”

More information: Event website

Ticket information

Vehicle Exhibitors

Join the hundreds of Land Rovers for just £9 and help us make a fantastic show display. This includes an entry pass to display the vehicle and gives admission for the driver and a passenger to the show, Museum and Collections Centre. Be quick though, vehicle entries close on Sunday 2 May.

Visitor Tickets

For just the cost of our standard entry, you can enjoy the show and explore the Museum too! Show tickets cost just £14.50 per adult, £9 per child, £12.50 per concession and £40 for a family.

All tickets for this show must be pre-booked in order for us to follow guidelines for NHS Test and Trace. Book your tickets now in the ‘Book Tickets’ tab on our website.