Wednesday, 11 July 2012

The German Show 22nd July

On Sunday 22nd July The German Show is returning to Beaulieu for the third year running to celebrate the best of German automotive engineering. This annual event has already proved to be a great success, with families and motoring enthusiasts enjoying a great day out.

All German vehicle owners are welcome to drive their Teutonic motors down to Beaulieu and display their vehicles in the beautiful grounds of the National Motor Museum for the day. It is a fantastic opportunity to admire the stunning motors on display, meet other like-minded enthusiasts and enjoy everything that the Beaulieu attraction has to offer. All German marque vehicles can participate, from BMW, Audi and VW to Porsche and Mercedes; old, new, standard, modified – and everything in between!

In addition to having their vehicles on display, participants can compete for prizes in the Show and Shine events, and a Best In Show award will be presented on the day with the winner receiving a Beaulieu Trophy. There will be trade stands to browse, cars for sale and a number of club displays to view.

Camping pitches are available at this show from 4pm on Saturday 21st June, but all camping must be booked in advance.

Admission tickets for owners of German vehicles taking part in the show include Show & Shine and are priced at Adult £12 and Child £8.50. Tickets including camping are Adult £20 and Child £8.50 and must be booked in advance – all children under 18 must be accompanied by a full paying adult. Advance tickets are available to purchase at or by telephone on 01590 612888.

Show admission tickets include entry to the whole Beaulieu attraction; the National Motor Museum and BOND IN MOTION – showcasing 50 original vehicles from the James Bond films, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, Beaulieu Abbey, and Palace House and gardens.

Trade stands can be booked for a £25 deposit refunded after the event, and Trunk Trader pitches are priced from £10. To book a stand or pitch telephone 01590 614614.

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