The first in a series of four talks by Museum Curator Matt Piper. Matt draws upon his many years’ experience as Curator at the Museum as well as his natural and contagious enthusiasm for all things motoring related to deliver a thought provoking, fun and informative talk. Matt’s delivery style is informal and he welcomes an interactive audience.
“The motor car is something most of us take for granted in our daily lives, yet in a very short time after its birth the ‘horseless carriage’ changed the world completely, and forever. But how much do you think you really know about the origins and early days of the motor car? Let us bring you up to speed on this most interesting subject.”
The talks will take place in the American Dream exhibition area at 11.15 and 14.15.