How about joining the Italian Auto Moto Club in our a display of Italian transport at the Science Museum Festival Of Innovation at Wroughton, Wiltshire over the weekend of September 12th-13th? Public admission 10 am - 5pm on both days.
The weekend-long event is suitable for all ages, so come along and try your hand at a science workshop, help with our conservation work, have a go at the latest interactive games, or simply enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of vintage and modern technology in action.
TTxGP - electric motorbikes
Bloodhound SSC speed record vehicle
Morgan motorcars celebrating thier centenary
Orienteering and geocaching activities
Science shows and workshops
Vintage motorcycle sprints
Classic and futuristic car displays
Leading technology and gadgets to have a go on
Intel gaming and technology showcase, plus much, much more…
Science Museum at Wroughton is situated off the A4361 Wroughton to Avebury road.
GPS: SN4 9LT
Leave M4 at J16 taking the road for Wroughton but after about half a mile, instead of taking the left turning for Wroughton - just carry straight on for Salthrop (watch for the tight bends after the woods) and then turn left at the main road A4361. Travel about 1 mile and past the red brick farm buildings on the right. Then you will come to two bus stops, on opposite sides of the road to each other, then IMMEDIATELY on the right is the road to the Red Gate entrance. (This route avoids having to go through Wroughton town.) Go in and pay £5 per car entry. Tell the marshals you want to join the IAMC display and turn Left at the T junction. Drive on towards the hangar buildings and you will see the IAMC area on your right close to the Morgan display. We have a section of runway / taxi way on which to park up. Normal parking will be on grass but with us you get a runway!
This is a rare chance to see some of the 'large objects' which the Science Museum keeps behind closed doors at Wroughton which are not often on public display. This has the makings of an unusual and interesting event, so don't miss out!
As discussed with Jay on Sunday last - all AO folks will be most welcome (Italian vehicles only please).