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Went here last week whilst on holiday in Wiltshire, it's undergoing a huge amount if building work so the display areas are a lite clamped but still got some cracking cars and some rare ones.

I like it because its not just about the obscenely expensive and unobtainable, they actually had three cars on display I've owned and two my dad had when I was a kid.

6C Gran Tourismo

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Ferrari 250 (I think)

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2600 Touring

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Wow. That looks like a very cool place to spend the day!

Just need to find an excuse to be in Wiltshire.......

Great pictures, thanks for sharing.
 

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It was good, a bit pricey though considering the building work that was going on but I believe the tickets are valid for entry as many times as you like in a year.
 

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Yep, great museum not only for its collection but its down to earth, not too flash and interestingly curated as your pictures of the red room illustrates. Very handy for royal bath show or glasto I believe.
 
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