Origins of the Car Museum
Colin asked his friend, Peter Nelson, of ‘Cars of the Stars Museum’ in the Lake District if he would be interested in opening a second museum in Bo’ness.
After consideration Peter decided that Colin’s property in Bo’ness was not quite what he was looking for.
Colin Anderson decided to go it alone and display his own cars and James Bond (007) memorabilia from his considerable and growing collection.
Official Opening of Motor Museum by James Bond (007) stars
After much planning and renovation work to the building the Bo’ness Motor Museum was officially opened at Easter 2004 by Caroline Munro and Shane Rimmer, 2 of the stars of the Bond film, “The Spy who Loved Me”.
But it’s more than just a classic car and motor museum
The venue is so much more that just a motor museum but includes a wide range of Bond memorabilia including cars, props and posters from many 007 films and TV.
Family friendly and non-smoking
The entire venue is ‘Non Smoking’ and Colin and his wife, Fiona, take an active part in ensuring everything is presented in a friendly relaxed atmosphere and all to the highest standard.
Facilities for all and something for everyone
For a great day out to ‘Club & Corporate’ meetings the Bo’ness Motor Museum really does have “something for everyone”!
One of Falkirk & Forth Valley's only 4-Star Rated Visitor Attractions
Motor museum was opened in April 2004 by Bond girl Caroline Munro and Shane Rimmer. It features a revolving collection with other classic motor and car museums.