The London Classic Car Show is your chance to get up close to over 700 classic cars. From vintage Formula 1 racing cars to American muscle cars, it’s the undeniable event of the season for the UK’s car enthusiasts. There will be an auction on the Saturday with some rare and unusual cars. Among them is a WW2 era amphibious Porsche. Looking for a more modern automotive experience? Be sure to check out the London Motor & Tech Show this May!
Tickets for the London Classic Car Show
Entry prices depend on what time and which day you attend, with adult standard entry generally clocking in at £25.00. The £75.00 Family tickets cover two adults and two kids—which makes for a faily substantial saving of £15.00. Booking in advance can also save you between £2.00 and £5.00 depending on the ticket.
This year’s event takes place in the Olympia for the first time. It may be a smaller space than the former eXceL venue, but it’s a sensible move. It’s significantly easier to get to—with overground links at Kensington (Olympia) station, as well as nearby West Kensington (District line) and Hammersmith (Hammersmith, Circle, District and Picadilly lines). The fantastic Victorian aesthetics of the hall are an added bonus too!
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