Bo ness Motor Museum
About The Bo ness Motor Museum
After much planning and renovation work to the building the Bo'ness Motor Museum was officially opened at Easter 2004 by Caroline Munro and Shane Rimmer, 2 of the stars of the Bond film, 'The Spy who Loved Me'. But it's more than just a classic car and motor museum The venue is so much more that just a motor museum but includes a wide range of Bond memorabilia including cars, props and posters from many 007 films and TV. The Bo ness Motor Museum founder, Colin Anderson, is a James Bond enthusiast and this is reflected in both the classic cars on display and the theme of the whole venue from Miss Moneypenny's Diner to the Double 'O' Bar. The Museum has a STUDEBAKER Classic -- Studebaker’s origins date from its 1852 establishment as horse-drawn carriage makers. They switched to cars in 1902 but long-term commercial success was to elude them Classic Studebaker bonnet detailthroughout their existence. But until car production ceased in 1965, during that time they produced some remarkable cars. The were memorable particularly for the advanced styling of the post-war years, the product of Raymond Loewy, Studebaker’s consultant from 1936. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
CLOSED ONLY ON NEW YEAR'S DAY Museum Open from 10am till 4.30pm, last admission, every other day.
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Bridgeness Road, Bo'ness, EH51 9JR