Hatfield House will be hosting its inaugural Classic Motor Show this weekend with a special display of American Motors and a parade in front of the House to commemorate American Independence Day.
Over 200 classic and performance motors are expected to be on display on the cricket pitch on Sunday 3rd July along with a very special display of motors from the movies.
The classic car scene in the UK continues to experience a growth in popularity both from owners of these historic motors and visitors who love to see some of the classic motors from their youth. Motors from the 1920’s right through to the 1980’s will be on display, cherished by their owners and still used during the summer and also proving to be a great investment as values continue to rise.
Motion Picture Motors will be supporting this inaugural event and on display in the Garden will be the 1968 ‘Bullitt’ Mustang and Dodge Charger, General Lee from the Dukes of Hazard, Knightrider car plus motors from The Saint, Heartbeat and Smokey and The Bandit.
The venue is within easy reach and is 21 miles from Central London, 7 miles North of the M25 motorway (junction 23) and 2 miles East of the A1(M) (junction 4). Exit the A1(M) at junction 4 (after the Hatfield Tunnel if travelling from the South) and follow the brown leisure signs for Hatfield House via the A414 and A1000. For Sat Nav please use AL9 5HX.
Gates open 10.00am and admission is only £10.00 Adults, £9.00 Concessions and £6 for Children. Please note dogs allowed on short leads. Admission to West Garden is included in the ticket price and upgrades are available on the day for House.
The Garden is open until 5.30pm and the classic motor show ends at 4pm with an awards ceremony on North Avenue.