A new classic car visitor attraction will open in Derbyshire later this year.
The Great British Car Journey follows the signing of a lease on the former Wire Works site in Ambergate, Derbyshire just off the A6 in between Derby and Matlock, is currently undergoing an extensive refurbishment ahead of Great British Car Journey opening later this summer, when it’s hoped the national lockdown will end.
Originally due to open in 2020, plans for the attraction had to be shelved following serious health issues with two of its founders. Now back to full health, Great British Car Journey will see even more cars joining the original line up.
Located beside the River Derwent and within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, more than 150 classic British cars which were at the forefront of a global transport revolution, will be exhibited at the new family-friendly attraction created by Richard Usher (pictured above).
A specially designed visitor experience will introduce car fans to the attraction and they can even drive some of the exhibits alongside an instructor.
Keep up-to-date with developments at Great British Car Journey at www.Greatbritishcarjourney.com