Excitement is building behind the scenes at the Haynes International Motor Museum in Somerset, as the team help to get both cars and exhibitions ready to welcome visitors this October half term.
Photos from the Museum reveal the first of the famous Red Room cars, carefully making their return to the improved exhibition space, as well as a sneak peek of one of many iconic Williams F1 cars entering an exclusive new exhibition.
There have been many new developments since the Museum closed, with brand new exhibitions and interpretations installed but another big change for the returning visitor will be the way they journey through the space.
Without compromising on visitor experience, the Museum’s look and layout has changed significantly, incorporating well-defined one-way and free flow zones as well as automatic hand sanitisers throughout.
Chris Scudds the Museum’s CEO explained further “Welcoming visitors back safely to experience the Museum in a new light is our team’s top priority. Now more than ever it’s important for the nation to support our museums and heritage sites. Please come and visit, we’re open again from the 24 October.”
Williams F1, The Drivers and The Driven.
An exclusive exhibition exploring the fast-paced world of F1 racing from all angles.
John Haynes, The Man, The Manuals and The Museum.
Exploring the life of the petrol head entrepreneur behind the famous Haynes Manuals.
Enzo Ferrari, The Man and The Machine.
In this fresh interpretation of the Museum’s Ferrari display, discover the human side behind one of the world’s most recognised brands.
Many further improvements and updates have been added to the other exhibitions and galleries including: The Vintage and Veteran exhibition and the famous Red Room.