Alford Speed Fest: Family Ticket for £10 at Grampian Transport Museum (60% Off)
- Transport museum located in the vibrant village of Alford
- Annual charitable fundraiser
- 100 cars, including classic sports cars and 12 supercars
- Family ticket for two adults and up to three children
- Show on Sunday 1 July
- Open 11am-5pm
- Pageants, demonstrations, and vehicle pursuits
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Present printed voucher on arrival for entry. Does not include access to the Grampian Transport Museum. Does not include supercar rides, auto tests, food, or drink. Original value verified 22 June 2012 at 1.16pm.
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Because there is never any rest for the wicked, naughty supercars are often exhausted. Power up with today’s Groupon: £10 for a family ticket to Alford Speed Fest at Grampian Transport Museum.
About The Event
Showcasing a selection of 100 classic sports and performance cars, Alford Speed Fest is a veritable feast of majestic motors. The event is the Grampian Transport Museum’s largest annual charitable fundraiser, featuring a full track and arena programme, including pageants, parallel auto tests, and a drifting demonstration from the kings of opposite lock, Garage LSD. With a group of 12 supercars, including an AC Cobra and a Ferrari F40, all put through their paces over the course of the show, the day promises to raise the pulses of even the most hardened petrol-heads. Family bunches of two adults and up to three little ‘uns can feel the need for speed as they get up close to their favourite cars. The show opens at 11am, and runs until 5pm, allowing for six hours of spine-tingling engine revving.
Sat next to the golf club in the vibrant, leafy surrounds of Alford, Grampian Transport Museum boasts an impressive collection, bringing transport history to life with a series of action-packed displays, interactive presentations, and working exhibits, from the travelling chariots of the 1800s, to some of the fastest cars ever made.
Show times: Sunday 1 July, 11am-5pm.
Accessible by bus routes: 218, 220, X20 from Aberdeen.