Guild Events

Visit to RAC Motor Museum Woodcote Park & Lunch
Tuesday 5 June 2018
Dress: Casual

The Master's motoring theme continues with this fascinating day out. The 350-acre Woodcote Park estate is located in the beautiful setting of the Epsom Downs, a designated landscape character area on the fringe of the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty. The clubhouse itself is an elegant Georgian style building, its front an exact replica of a building constructed in 1753 but burned down in a fire in 1934. The parts of the clubhouse which survived the fire are Grade II* listed. The Motor Museum is contained in a barn dating back to 1770; the Club's Heritage Fleet gives an authentic glimpse into Britain's motoring history including the RAC's patrol vehicles which allow a unique insight into the roots of the Club going back some 80 years. We will see a wide range of veteran and vintage cars as well as some special vehicles, but it is a working collection so the guide will ensure that we see the best in the collection on the day. After the tour we will make our way to the Clubhouse for a two-course lunch before departing for home. Transport can be arranged from and to Epsom station for those wishing to travel by train.

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