All Aboard for a Fun-Filled Transport Vintage Festival

Fawley Hill estate, home to a restored Victorian railway station with the steepest standard gauge railway track in the world and a museum filled with amazing artefacts will be hosting the National Transport Trust Vintage Festival on the August Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 25 August to Monday 28 August) in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

As well as train rides where you can see over 20 species of animals in the estate’s animal sanctuary, you can explore the a fantastic range of attractions from camels and horses, to vintage spitfires, cycles, motorcycles, cars, boats, planes, traction engines, steam rollers, tanks, tractors and buses!

There will be fairground attractions, crafts and vintage shopping stalls and fun family dog shows with ‘The Great Labrador Challenge’ back again.
A full programme of live music will entertain all weekend with This is Elvis, Ben Portsmouth performing on Friday evening in the Crooked Billet pop-up pub.  Tickets for this are being sold separately.

Ticket prices start at £15.  FREE tickets are available for under 11s.  Carers accompanying disabled visitors have FREE entry to the Festival. Dogs on leads are welcome.
Fawley Steam Fair 2016

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