4 December 2017
Brought to you by the producers of Classic & Sports Car Magazine and Flywheel, enjoy historic motorsport, motoring, aviation and military vehicles, with spectacular displays and live-action demonstrations. At this year’s show you’ll have the chance to really get up close to the rare historic racing cars in the open-access paddock, as well as aircraft and military machinery.
The car parks open at 9am each day and the public gates open 10am each day, with each day’s activities finishing around 6pm.
The event car parking on site is free of charge for ticket holders.
For VIP visitors and visitors who have upgraded to our Hospitality Package, details of your dedicated VIP parking area will be sent to you in advance of your arrival.
BICESTER HERITAGE ADDRESS
Flywheel takes place at:
Bicester Heritage is an endlessly fascinating place, with the historic buildings being sensitively restored for their new roles. As we celebrate over 100 years since the Royal Flying Corps took up residency here, visitors to Classic & Sports Car Show in association with Flywheel have the opportunity to wander around the avenues of the technical site - now a ‘hub’ for classic motoring, motorsport and aircraft specialists - and to spot the Power House – this lovely old building 'starred' as Hut 11, the codebreaking hut where Alan Turing built his Colossus computer, in the film The Imitation Game. Further details on these site tours to be announced.
HOW TO FIND BICESTER HERITAGE
We are circa 4 miles from either junction 9 or 10 of the M40, 15 miles south west of Silverstone and around 60 miles from Central London (local event signs will guide you to the best junction). View on Google Maps
Satellite Navigation: please use postcode OX26 5HA (car parks will then be sign-posted on approach to the venue)
Nearest railway stations – Bicester North and Bicester Village (both approximately one mile from Bicester Heritage)
Nearest airports – London Heathrow and Birmingham International are each an hour’s drive away.
If you are travelling in from overseas, the nearest commercial airport is at Kidlington a few miles away; London Heathrow, London Luton, Birmingham and others are options which you may choose to fly in to.
Should you choose to come in on ferry then the nearest port is Southampton or alternatively Dover for more regular European routes. Please check the port websites for direct routes.
On this same page you can find details of the event venue, postcode (OX26 5HA) and nearest rail stations for your onward trip. For places to stay please click here.
Should you need further assistance please check the Contact Us page.
DISABLED VISITORS & SPECIAL ASSISTANCE
If you are disabled and require full-time assistance, we are happy to provide a free ticket at the gate for your care assistant, partner or accompanying friend. In order to receive this free ticket, please provide a copy of your most recent DLA or PIP letter showing your current entitlement as well as your blue badge, should you require car parking on site.
There will be disabled parking available, and disabled toilets on site. Guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs are welcome.
For any other enquiries regarding special assistance please contact the team here. Mobility scooter hire: If you would like to pre-book mobility equipment for the Show, please visit www.mobilityhire4you.com or call the Mobilityhire4you Events Team on 01353 653752 and they will be happy to assist you with your booking.
There will be a wide choice of food and drink available from a range of vendors (including licensed bars), offering refreshments in keeping with the period theme of the event.
Please note that animals/pets are not permitted on site at any time, with the exception of guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs.
We look forward to welcoming you to you!
Please note the details are correct at the time of posting onto this website.
The organisers reserve the right to change the event plans and timing.
Please check the website for the latest updates. Thank you.