Planning your visit

Open times

Entry to the Museum is by pre-booking only.
Available dates and times can be found on our booking page.
Book a Ticket

Ticket information

Concessions are available for:
  • Over 60s
  • Children aged 6-16
  • Free entry for children aged 0-5
Bookings are only available in advance. You will be unable to book on the day.
Please arrive at the start of your booked timeslot.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.


Our museum host will be on hand during your visit to ensure you do not miss out on some of the hidden treasures and stories.                           


Aston Martin Heritage Trust Drayton St Leonard, Wallingford OX10 7BG
Access from the north east (Stadhampton) to the village can be subject to flooding in bad weather so we advise visitors to come to the museum via the west (Berinsfield) Oxford Road entrance. Look out for the brown signs which will direct you to the museum.


Photography is allowed for personal use and we encourage it. If you wish, refer to our social media platforms using the hashtag #AMHT.
Whilst you are allowed to take photographs in the museum the use of flash is not permitted.
If you’d like to take photographs for commercial use, please contact the team.


AMHT supporters & AMOC members
AMOC members and AMHT supporters have free entry to the Museum. Please pre-book and remember to bring your membership card.


Child 0-5
Child 6-16 Please remember that all children under the age of 16 visiting the museum must be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 18 or over
Over 60s
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Please note there are no café facilities and limited toilet facilities at the museum.

Groups of 10 or more

For group visits, please contact us.

Media and Press

We welcome media visits to the the museum.
Please contact the team to organise media access, photography and interviews. We can also support filming and photography for films, dramas and documentaries.
Casual visitor photography of the museum site, and our exhibitions and festivals is welcomed and allowed on the understanding that it is for personal use only.