Special AutoClassics price for Hampton Court Concours tickets!
See 60 of the world's greatest cars at King Henry VIII's former residence – tickets are now on sale, discounted to £25 for AutoClassics readers
Tickets to the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace, which expects to attract a main display of 60 vehicles, have gone on sale at the special price of £25 each for AutoClassics readers.
The inaugural Concours of Elegance was held at Windsor Castle in 2012 to mark the diamond jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
Held in the gardens of the former residence of Henry VIII, this year’s edition will run from August 31 to September 2.
The main display will focus on ‘telling the story of the motor car from the 1890s right through to the modern day.
‘Picking out the finest examples from the world’s most iconic and legendary car brands, the event is a celebration of rarity, craftsmanship, design and endeavour in the automotive world.’
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Already confirmed cars include Rolls-Royces complete with Figoni et Falaschi bodywork, rare vintage Bugatti prototypes and Ferraris with ownership ties to Hollywood movie stars.
It will also feature numerous ‘moving parades’ over the weekend, with commentary and interviews with motoring experts being held on the new-for-2018 mainstage.
A smaller exhibition will include ultra-exclusive supercars and displays from prominent UK car clubs.
Adult tickets for AutoClassics readers start from £25, with concessions from £17.50. Children under five and carers can enter free of charge.
There is also the chance to purchase a ‘luxurious’ picnic with a three-course meal and bespoke hospitality packages, including VIP parking.
For your special price tickets, please click here.
For more information, visit the concours website.
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