Bentley Motor Museum contains a unique collection of cars, motorcycles cycles and vehicles, which span over 100 years of road transport history.
Most of the exhibits are privately owned and change regularly providing fresh interest for your visit.'
Visitors can enjoy tea, coffee, cakes, ice creams and meals from a full home-made menu.
Bentley Tearooms provides traditional food cooked and prepared on the premises.
There are lots of activities to keep everyone happy. Enjoy the adventure playground and explore the willow tunnels, ride on the
*miniature railway (see below) and visit the motor museum. Feed the birds in the wildfowl reserve or discover the ancient houses on a woodland walk.
We've around 2500 birds and 130 species from around the world
Some of our favourites are the upright Indian runner, the Wandering Whistling duck and the spectacular Spectacled Eider duck.
In 2015 we will start work on Bentley Nature - a reserve which will complement the wildfowl area.
Bentley will be open every day from March 28th to late October
10.00am – 5.00pm
Family £26 Group rates available
(Prices for certain
events may be more)
The site is accessible to wheelchairs (except the woodland). We have disabled facilities and offer free electric wheelchairs for use on site. It is advisable to prebook.
'Branching Out'/JM Adventures is located in Glyndebourne Woods but is not part of Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum.
Tel: 01825 840573
*Bentley Miniature Railway will be open on selected days - please visit their website at for more information
There is an additional charge of £1 per passenger.
The Miniature Railway is open from March 29th 2015
Wildfowl Collection - Motor Museum – Miniature Railway – Restaurant and Shop - Woodland - Bentley House
Bentley House will be open for Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 12.00 until 5.00pm. Bentley will be open daily from March 28th to late October 10.00am – 5.00pm