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I had a good look around the museum during a holiday in the local area.
I enjoyed the history of his achievements prior to taking part in Formula One. Some more history of his team-mates would be good, and some season statistics would be good,...More
Visited as we heard the museum was closing down , great for fans of f1 we have been to numerous gp’s and other museums featuring f1 cars and never have we been able to get so close to them as here it was great being...More
My wife and I visited with 2 of our sons and 4 grandchildren and they all enjoyed looking at the display of F1 cars, trophies, helmets and to top it off an F1 car simulator you could try out, it costs extra but with the...More
Visited with my partner and son. Honestly offended we were charged £8 (our son was free because we’d been at the cocoa bean factory) just to walk around a small room with a couple of cars and helmets on display with a few sets of...More
Not a huge museum but absolutely worth a visit if you’re an F1 fan. Could have earned an extra star by having more information on display. I know the sport quite well so did a lot of explaining to my partner about what everything was...More
I've been wanting to come here for so long and a family holiday to the area gave me an opportunity. Let's be clear about one thing, if you're simply wanting to kill some time with young kids who need to be 'entertained', then look elsewhere....More
Dropped in recently whilst on a drive around the Scottish borders. It is situated off the A75 near the village of Twynholm, although oddly there are no signs for the museum on the main road, so follow the directions for the Cocoa Bean Chocolate Factory...More
Much improved museum since the move to the Cocoabean site. Loved the screened interview of David but it would be better located nearer the entrance as you can hardly hear it when the simulator is on. Loads of memorabilia to look at but the lighting...More