Jaguar Heritage Museum


The Jaguar Heritage Museum is run by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust and located at the former Browns Lane Jaguar factory in Coventry, UK.
Containing some 160 exhibits dating from 1896 onwards, the collection began life in the mid-fifties, when Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons acquired some of his early models. These cars are now housed at the museum alongside key examples of Jaguar's racing pedigree.
The trust's archives contain thousands of images, brochures and factory records. Sir William also made provision for the safe keeping of his papers and the ledger books, containing details of the cars built by Jaguar at the time. 
The trust works with schools and colleges to educate a new, young audience about Coventry's motoring heritage and hosts student activities at the museum.


    The museum is open during business hours from Monday to Friday and also the last Sunday of every month. Vehicle displays change regularly, as some of the exhibits are loaned to dealers and other museums. Several cars are also available for chauffeur-driven hire.
    For more information, please call +(44) 24 76 401 289 or visit

    Jaguar Heritage Museum
    Browns Lane
    CV5 9DR

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