The Museum is home to a number of historically significant vehicles including a 1953 Humber Super Snipe tourer built for and used by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on their Coronation tour of the Commonwealth and the ex-White House 1965 Lincoln Continental limousine used by US Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. We are also very fortunate to have a number of prototypes in the Museum including a right hand drive DeLorean, Monica’s #1, #2 and #6, a Ford Galaxie Limousine and the Maserati Quattroporte II.
The Museum showcases over 200 motorcycles from the earliest days of motoring with a 1902 Clement right through to the 2009 winner of the first electric TT by way of Nortons, Sunbeams, Velocettes, Indians, Kawasakis and Hondas to name just a few. There is sure to be something for every bike fanatic!
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Address: Jurby, Isle of Man, IM7 3BD, Jurby, United Kingdom, Europe
Coordinates: 54.359925, -4.522083
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