The Aston Martin Heritage Trust is a public educational charity (No.1072410), governed by the Charity Commission and dedicated to recording and preserving the history of Aston Martin.
Founded in 1998, the Trust opened its Museum and Archive in 2002 in the historic tithe barn at Drayton St Leonard in Oxfordshire, UK. They are the official archive for Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. and the Aston Martin Owners Club; their collections continue to grow through purchases, generous donations and loans.
They have a very significant and growing collection of original items relating to all aspects of the Aston Martin marque, which is secured for future generations. A dedicated team of unpaid volunteers and Trustees supports a small number of professional staff in caring for the collections and the visitors.
The Archive is open by appointment only, please contact the Curator for details.
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Address: Drayton St Leonard, OX10 7BG, Wallingford, Scotland, Northern Ireland, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Coordinates: 51.660248, -1.137262
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