Bubblecar Museum

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British Bubblecar Museum, dedicated only to microcars. The term 'Microcar' means literally a car under 700cc, although most are much smaller. Microcars, or bubble cars as they are more usually known, are a significant part of English motoring history. Lots of small manufacturers in the fifties and sixties were busily making strange little cars all over Britain and the continent.

There are over seventy exhibits on show at present with many more waiting to go in.

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From the A1, A52, or A607 to Grantham
Take the A607 then A153 for about 7 miles towards Sleaford. At Ancaster turn left at the traffic lights and follow the B6403 for about 3 miles. Just before the junction for the A17 turn in to your left where you will see a garage and the Byards Leap Cafe. Follow the gravel drive to the right of the bungalow to the Museum.


From the A1, or A46 to Newark, take the A17 for about 17 miles towards Sleaford. Watch out for the Hurlingham Business Park sign on the left. Then, just after the speed camera turn right onto the B6403 towards Ancaster, then immediately turn in right again where you will see the Byards Leap Cafe. Follow the gravel drive to the right of the bungalow to the Museum.

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Address: Bubblecar Museum, The Beeches, Byard's Leap, Cranwell, Lincolnshire, NG34 8EY, UK
Phone: +44 1400 262637
Email: bubblecarmuseum@btinternet.com

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