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Gaydon Land Rover Show 2022 – Everything you need to know


The Classic Land Rover Show at Gaydon - the event is back for 2022

© Solihull News The Classic Land Rover Show at Gaydon – the event is back for 2022

Land Rover fans are set to enjoy a two-day celebration of the iconic vehicle as the Gaydon Land Rover show returns for 2022. The event will be held in the Warwickshire village at the British Motor Museum from Saturday, May 7 to Sunday, May 8.

Tickets are available now for what is billed as “one of the biggest events in the calendar for Land Rover fans and families”. From just £14.50, adults can see hundreds of Land Rovers at the display.

This year, as well as paying homage to the marque and offering an incredible car collection, the Jaguar Land Rover Experience will join the event, giving ticketholders the chance to experience their cars in action.

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There will be live commentary led by Dave Barker as the awe-inspiring vehciles take on daunting obstacles designed to showcase Land Rover technology and capabilities. Barker will be guiding guests through the stories behind the cars.

Organisers said: “Inside the Museum, you will see plenty of famous Land Rovers on display including our showpiece ‘HUE 166’ AKA Huey – the first Land Rover ever produced. You won’t find that photo opportunity anywhere else in the world.”

And there is also plenty for families to do. Children can enjoy the ‘Mini Me’ kids trial with mini vintage and modern Land Rovers touring around the show arena. There will be live music from ‘The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Symphonic Six’ on Saturday.

How to get tickets for the Gaydon Land Rover Show 2022

Visitors can book their tickets, which also give them entry to the museum, online. Advance show tickets cost just £14.50 per adult, £9 per child, £12.50 per concession and £40 for a family for each day.

“For the best value and in order to help us manage capacities, keep visitors safe and deliver the best possible experience, we strongly recommend that you book in advance,” the website says.

You can find more information by visiting the British Motor Museum here.

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