Welcome to the Aston Martin Heritage Trust.

The Trust offices and Museum will be closed on Friday, 18 April 2014 and Monday, 21 April 2014 for the Easter holidays.  We will reopen on Tuesday 22 April 2014.  

The Aston Martin Heritage Trust is a charitable organisation 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 DVD of the video please contact the Trust.

Please enjoy visiting our website, which gives lots 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 purchase from an increasingly wide range of interesting Aston Martin related items. And do come and see our fantastic Museum!

Walter Hayes Memorial Lecture          Dudley Coram Memorial Lecture          


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Centenary Model Collection

To celebrate the Aston Martin Centenary year, a limited edition of Road and Competition scale model cars.
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Cutting Edge Conversations

NOW AVAILABLE - a strictly limited edition.
£65.00 excl tax

DBR9 - The Definitive History

NOW AVAILABLE - a strictly limited edition.
£350.00 excl tax
Roger Carey, Chairman of the AMHT will give a talk and slide show presentation on his 55 day South American adventure - La Gira Andina Rally.
We are pleased to report that the approach roads to the Barn are once again passable. Come and see the Museum.
February 2014 saw some of the worst flooding for decades around Drayton St Leonard. This continued into March as well but we are pleased to report that the roads are now passable again and the water is receding.