Very good couple of hours spent on a Sunday afternoon, would recommend it to people, and I'm not really into motorbikes but I enjoyed it.
The car museum is worth seeing, but the regular price of the ticket is 30 pounds, if there is a discount, you can still see it. There are a large number of cars, most of which are modified cars in the United States after the 1970s, and some TV and movie cars. Including the original Mr. Bean car and the bat.
Britain is also a long-established car powerhouse, but now it is not. This car museum also shows some old honest British cars, and F1 formula cars. It is still very good for tourists who like old cars to come and see.
Very recommended to friends who love cars!! The Auto Museum in the suburbs of London London Motor Museum, exhibits all the classic cars, the number is very large and it is close! The museum is in Harlington Station, sit National Rail from Paddington Station in the past 20 minutes or so, 5 minutes on foot, easy to find. Tickets: 30 pounds, buy 22.5 pounds in advance online. (At that time, there was a group purchase in Groupon UK, half price 15 pounds, great value!) Official website: http://www.londonmotormuseum.co.uk/#!prices/c66t
The Automobile Museum has a collection of many classic classic cars, and many of them are custom-made cars.
Take the children to go, let the children know the history of the car development. From the second floor, China's first car, a variety of cars. The fifth floor of Volkswagen, Beijing early taxis, buses are great!