Jaguar Heritage Museum Set to Close in September

Jaguar Heritage Museum Set to Close in September

Ever since British automaker Jaguar started closing its historic Browns Lane facility piece-by-piece after moving its production elsewhere, many wondered what would happen to its Heritage Museum that is one of the remaining parts of the old factory.

Well, now we know as Classic & Sports Cars out in England is reporting that Jaguar will be closing its factory museum next September, with no plans of relocating it or reopening it in the near future. The good news coming out of all of this is that Jaguar has no plans of auctioning or selling off any of the 150 cars stored in the museum, and continues to plan on bringing certain cars out to motorsports events. For now though – or at least starting in September – no one will be able to see the collection as a whole.

  • Matts

    It’s almost like people don’t care about Jagua….. oh, wait, they don’t. What an irrelevant brand.

  • Karen

    Unlike Matt, I think Jaguar is an incredible marque with an amazing history of automotive innovation. The Jaguar Heritage Museum is an awesome collection of history, speed & beauty. Highly urge you to visit before it’s gone. Glad we’ll get another chance when we’re there in August.

  • Ian

    The Cars are going to the Coventry Car museum and having a whole floor space dedicated to the collection.