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Pendine Museum Of Speed

The new modern state-of-the art Museum is now open to the public. It houses fascinating information about the amazing vehicles that have made it into the record books at the Pendine Sands Museum of Land Speed.

Opening Times: 4 June to 3 November, open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 5pm

This amazing stretch of sand has seen many land-speed records set and then broken. Perhaps the most famous being by Sir Malcolm Campbell in 1923 in his car Blue Bird. J.G Parry Thomas, in his car Babs broke the record before Campbell re-took it. Sadly Parry-Thomas died in his subsequent attempt to reclaim the record.

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