Classic car show motors into Knebworth

PUBLISHED: 10:57 14 August 2015 | UPDATED: 10:59 14 August 2015

Knebworth House Classic Motor Show

Knebworth House Classic Motor Show

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A classic car show will motor into Knebworth for the 25th time this August Bank Holiday weekend.

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Knebworth House’s annual Classic Motor Show will take place on Bank Holiday Sunday, August 30 and Bank Holiday Monday, August 31.

Celebrating its 25th anniversary at Knebworth Park, the show increases in popularity every year, with classic clubs and enthusiasts travelling from all over the UK to attend.

Hundreds of vehicles will be on display in the grounds of Knebworth House.

As well as the classic cars, another highlight will be a Vintage Fair in Knebworth Barns, with visitors able to enjoy some exclusive vintage shopping as well as admiring some beautiful vehicles.

The show is organised by Gemini Events.

Stephen Smith, director of Gemini, said: “The annual Knebworth Classic Motor Show is becoming more popular each year.

“We are working hard to ensure that the show continues to grow and provides a great day out for visitors and enthusiasts alike.”

The arena events run throughout both days of the show, with the ‘Parade of the Decade’ feature in the live arena.

There will be plenty of activities for families, with admission to Knebworth Park, Adventure Playground, Gardens and Dinosaur Trail included in the £9.50 ticket price.

Visitors can pay a small supplement on the day to see inside Knebworth House, where there is a display of Tudor costumes.

You can also save 10 per cent by booking tickets in advance online via the Knebworth House website.

Visit www.knebworthhouse.com for more information.

The gates opens at 10am and the car show runs until 4pm, with the park closing at 5pm.

Parking is free of charge, and there is direct access from Junction 7 of the A1(M) motorway.

A free vintage bus service will also run between the Adventure Playground and the entrance to the gardens.


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