Kids go free to Classic and Sports Car Show

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Classic & Sports Car – The London Show has cemented itself as the premier family friendly classic car show with a recent announcement that children will now go free. Appealing to dads and lads alike, children under the age of 16 who are accompanied by an adult will be admitted free of charge – a saving of £15 per child. 

The news comes hot on the heels of a scintillating line-up of feature displays, including a comprehensive overview of Aston Martin’s most significant cars, plus news that Sir Stirling Moss’ 1959 BRM P25, 1957 British Grand Prix-winning Vanwall and 1961 Ferguson P99 racers will also be making an appearance. 

Owners of classic cars will also now be able to take advantage of a dedicated classic car car park, designed for the exclusive use of cars more than 30 years old – plus a few more interesting modern classics at the organisers’ discretion. 

In addition to the latest discounts, every person who orders advanced tickets before 30 October will be entered into a draw to win one of 60 limited-edition Tim Layzell prints, which are based on an original composition that is being used as the show’s promotional poster. The earlier you book, the greater your chance of winning one of these incredible pieces of art. 

Already bought tickets for your family? Don’t worry – we’ll make sure you benefit from this, and any other future discount or promotion. Simply email classicandsportscarshow@haymarket.com with your name, number of child tickets bought, and your booking reference number.

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