The British Motor Museum has announced a full schedule of motoring shows and events for 2021.

The ever-popular Retro Truck Show, Buses Festival and Gaydon Gathering all feature alongside a couple of newcomers.

The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust are planning a number of events in 2021 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the launch of the Jaguar E-Type at Geneva in 1961. The museum will mark the occasion with the E-Type 60th Anniversary event on 24 April. Meanwhile, an exhibition opening early February and running to the end of May will focus on the evolution and development of the E-Type. 

A 'Tour to Geneva’, in which the first E-Type Roadster, 77 RW, and the last E-Type built, HDU 555N, will be driven, accompanied by a group of E-Type owners, will also take place in April. The week-long tour will start with a driving day around Warwickshire on 24 April, which will finish with a gala dinner where a specially commissioned piece of artwork representing 77 RW will be unveiled. More information on this event can be found HERE  

The Gaydon Land Rover Show returns on 8 & 9 May, bringing together owners, historians and the finest vehicles.

The popular Metro & Mini Show takes places on 6 June, while the Classic & Vintage Commercial Show, which this year includes the Transit Van Club Rally and Classic Van & Pick Up Show, returns on 12 & 13 June.

Other shows include the Historic Rally Club Register Open Day on 10 April and Mogfest on 10 July.

The BMC & Leyland Show returns on 11 July, followed by the Old Ford Rally on 18 July and the Buses Festival on 22 August.

The Gaydon Jaguar Show returns on 4 September and is billed as a friendly, informal gathering for all Jaguar fans, owners and enthusiasts.

Other events include The Retro Truck Show (11 & 12 September), the UK Slot Car Festival (2 & 3 October) and the Great British Model Railway Show (30 & 31 October).

The British Motor Museum also hosts various large car club meetings throughout the year, including the World Cup Rally 50+1 Anniversary on 18 April, the MGF 25 + 1 Anniversary on 24 & 25 July, the EV Electric Vehicle Festival on 8 August and the MG Event on 2 October.

Tickets for most of the shows/events are now on sale. More information can be found at  www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/events.

This year's admission prices remain the same as in 2020: Adults £14.50, children £9 (5-16 years, under-fives free), concessions £12.50 and a family ticket £40 (two adults & up to three children).