A range of stunning cars and motorbikes from the 1930s through to the 1990s will be on display at Bletchley Park this weekend (April 22).
The one day ‘Classics at Bletchley’ will give visitors the chance to get up close to iconic vehicles ranging from the Jaguar E Type to a classic 1970s Bedford Van and a Vincent Comet motorcycle from the 1930s.
As well as taking in the historic cars – which will be parked around the beautiful grounds – visitors can also enjoy a performance by singer Alison Carter, and treat themselves at the Good Times Cafe.
Motoring fans will enjoy seeing vehicles from the Midget and Sprite Club and the Wycombe Area MG Owners’ Club.
Classics at Bletchley kicks off a host of events this Spring and beyond at the Buckinghamshire heritage attraction. From May 26-28, Bletchley Park will be transported back to its 1940s heyday with the Springtime 1940s Vintage Weekend. The three-day event will feature live music, street food stalls, and a vintage clothing market, as well as historical reenactors and displays.
Entry to view the vehicles at Classics at Bletchley, or attend the Springtime 1940s Vintage Weekend, is included in the standard entrance price, with tickets offering unlimited visits for one year.
To find out more details, and to purchase tickets, visit www.bletchleypark.org.uk/visit-us