Workshop & Restoration

The Haynes International Motor Museum Workshop was established in the 1980s, initially only working on the Museum vehicles.  Twenty five plus years later the Workshop now has a highly experienced team of staff working on veteran, vintage, classic and modern vehicles for both the Museum and a national/international customer base.

Restoration work has always been an integral part of the Workshop, indeed many of the vehicles in the Museum are examples of past projects.  Over the years customer vehicles have also been recipients of the exceptional and acute attention to detail that is the trade mark of our Restoration Centre staff.

For all enquiries please contact us - email or or call 01963 442790.



The Workshop & Restoration Centre remains open as usual. We will continue to monitor and respond to the guidance of Public Health England and the UK Government. Please check our website regularly for further updates. If you have any questions please email: or call 01963 442790

Haynes International Motor Museum is however closed to the public until further notice. Please check our FAQ's here during the closure.


  • Restoration at Haynes International Motor Museum


    We draw on the wealth of experience we have gained from looking after and restoring some of the best and most valuable motor vehicles the world has to offer.
  • GT 40 engine at Haynes International Motor Museum

    Service & MOTs

    All mechanical work is undertaken on site from brakes and suspension to full engine rebuilds.
  • Classic Car Tours

    Preparation is a key for a successful tour whether it be a local run or a demanding trial in a tough climate and our experienced team can help ensure your vehicle is tour ready.
  • How to find Haynes International Motor Museum

    How To Find Us

    The Haynes International Motor Museum is easily located from all directions and is well connected by public transport to other areas in the UK.