The Brotherwood WAV Show takes place at Haynes Motor Museum on Friday, 19th and Saturday, 20th May 2023.
Giving you the opportunity to explore and test drive our amazing range of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, discuss your needs in person with our team of mobility consultants, and explore the fabulous Haynes Motor Museum, the Brotherwood WAV Show is a must-see for anybody interested in WAVs.
If you’re interested in attending this free event, you could even make a weekend of it, exploring some of Somerset’s top family attractions. Here our some of our recommendations for other places to go while you’re in the area.
We recommend checking the Accessibility Statement of each venue before visiting.
The Fleet Air Arm MuseumWebsite
The Fleet Air Arm Museum is a must-see attraction with its wide range of helicopters and fixed wing aircraft exhibits, some of which date back over 100 years.
See the first British Concorde, experience the thrills of a working flight deck, and witness a dramatic air-sea rescue on the Aircraft Carrier Experience plus much more! The perfect all-weather venue means you can visit anytime of year for a unique and unforgettable experience.
Stourhead House & GardensWebsite
Stourhead is home to one of the world’s most famous gardens, with temples, grottos, trees and water features to explore. When Stourhead first opened in the 1740s, a magazine described it as ‘a living work of art’. The world-famous landscape garden has at its centrepiece a magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, mystical grottoes, and rare and exotic trees, and offers a day of fresh air and discovery.
Uncover the fascinating history of Stourhead house with an Italian ‘Grand Tour’ adventure and enjoy the unique Regency library, Chippendale furniture and inspirational paintings. The Palladian house is set amid ‘picnic perfect’ lawns and extensive parkland.
As seen on the BBC’s Animal Park, Longleat is the UK’s number 1 Safari Park! Nestled within the Wiltshire countryside is a realm waiting to be explored. Discover various species of animal from around the world at Longleat including lions, tigers, wolves, koalas, red panda and sea lions as you travel by road, rail, waterway and foot. Marvel at Longleat House’s architecture, one of the finest examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain, and wander around the grounds and formal gardens at your leisure. But are you brave enough to drive through the monkey enclosure?
Stonehenge Heritage SiteWebsite
Stonehenge is perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. It was built in several stages: the first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period, around 2,500 BC. In the early Bronze Age, many burial mounds were built nearby. Today, along with Avebury, it forms the heart of a World Heritage Site, with a unique concentration of prehistoric monuments.
The Tank MuseumWebsite
The Tank Museum tells the story of tanks and the crews that served in them. At the largest indoor attraction in Dorset, you can explore the broadest and most significant collection of armoured vehicles in the world.
With plenty to see and do for the whole family, there’s even more reason to register for the Brotherwood WAV Show today!Get Your Tickets