Bo’Ness car Museum

Scotland – 22 miles north west of Edinburgh

Bo’ness Motor Museum
Bridgeness Road
Central Scotland EH51 9JR

This is a car museum.

Open Monday to Saturday 10:00 17:00, Sunday 11:00 – 17:00
Closed over Christmas and New Year, check websites for dates and times.

The museum includes an interesting mix of classic cars and James Bond 007 memorabilia including props from film and TV. The museum space is quite small but it is crammed with interesting exhibits. Miss Moneypenny’s Diner is an in-house café open from 11am on days the museum is open.

New for 2014:-
Return of the Saint’s White Jaguar XJ
James Bond BMW 750 from “Tomorrow Never Dies”
Harry Potter Car
Thunderbirds Hover Bike
Tardis props from the BBC’s Doctor Who

The Bo’ness Motor Museum was first conceived by owner, Colin Anderson back in 1999. Colin asked his friend, Peter Nelson, of ‘Cars of the Stars Museum’ in the Lake District if he would be interested in opening a second museum in Bo’ness. After consideration Peter decided that Colin’s property in Bo’ness was not quite what he was looking for. Colin Anderson decided to go it alone and display his own cars and James Bond (007) memorabilia from his considerable and growing collection. The motor museum was opened in April 2004 by Bond girl Caroline Munro and Shane Rimmer and features a revolving collection with other classic motor and car museums.

There is a small café.

REVIEWS AutoMuseums 13 July 2016 – This small museum has a film theme but also includes other cars and lots of memorabilia. It is a bit off the beaten track but well worth a visit. Bo’Ness is also home to a magnificent railway museum