Welcome to the ASTON MARTIN HERITAGE TRUST WEBSITE.

 

The Walter Hayes Memorial Lecture 2015:

Dr Andrew Palmer, new Chief Executive of AML

Tuesday 20 January 2015, at the Royal Automobile Club, London

    Phone or email us to book your place

Museum: The Persuaders! car is in the Barn - see News Page

 

The Aston Martin Heritage Trust is a public educational charity dedicated to preserving and enhancing the history of Aston Martin. It has a comprehensive museum and archive, both situated at Drayton St. Leonard, Oxfordshire.

The Trust fulfils its educational mission by welcoming interested groups, delivering a number of lectures per year and making available its very large collection of Aston Martin material for study and research.

The video below was produced by final year students at the Hull School of Art & Design, on behalf of the Aston Martin Heritage Trust.  They have done a fantastic job. If you would like a copy of the DVD please contact us at the Trust.

Please enjoy visiting our website, which gives more information on who we are and what we do. The News and the Blog will keep you up to date with the latest AMHT activities. Do visit our online store and help the Trust by purchasing from our increasingly wide range of interesting Aston Martin related items. And do come and see our ever-changing Museum of the marque!


Walter Hayes Memorial Lecture          Dudley Coram Memorial Lecture          

                  

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News
A limited edition model DB5 is on offer from propshop.co.uk
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The title of the next Bond film is announced and a new Aston Martin is unveiled.
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Terry Snowdon - 04 December 2014
Terry Snowdon died on 2nd December, 2014.
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