About the Museum

Alive for ever. More than 140 historic vehicles form The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Collection. Many are original, just as they left the factory, and fully operational. In a controlled atmosphere, for maximum preservation, each vehicle on display is a living icon of a by-gone era. Each symbolises a significant milestone in the continuing development and growth of Jaguar Cars and associated companies. Portraying over a century of outstanding automotive design, fine engineering, and world leading car development. The Collection is Jaguar's living heritage, mainly on display under one roof in its spiritual home at Browns Lane in Coventry. Many of the vehicles regularly appearing at events in the UK and overseas where they can be seen on display or being demonstrated in action. Each vehicle in the collection is an icon of a by-gone era and symbolises a significant milestone in the continuing development and growth of Jaguar Cars and its associated companies. A selection of 17 vehicles from the collection portraying Jaguar's history from 1922 to the present day is on display in a new gallery at the Coventry Transport Museum. In addition, 10 iconic sports and racing cars from the Collection are on display in a dedicated area at the Heritage Motor Centre.

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Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Office

  • Address: Browns Lane, Allesley, Coventry
  • Postcode: CV5 9DR
  • Phone: 024 7640 1289
  • URL: www.jdht.com

Business Hours

  • Weekday visits by appointment only Mon-Thurs 09.00-16.30 and Fri 09.00-15.00. Last Sunday of the month (excluding December)10.00-16.00.

Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust

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The Hawes Junction rail crash happened on the 24th of December in 1910, between Hawes Junction and Aisgill on the Midland Railways Settle and Carlisle main line in Westmorland. Twelve people died on this incident, some of whom were burned to death..Archive WWW.MIDLANDSAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK