World Forum for Motor Museums

A biennial meeting for motor museum professionals, principals, owners and collectors.



Micheal Penn – Chairman  contact
World Forum for Motor Museums

First point of contact.

Ian Walden – Vice-Chairman  contact
British Motorcycle Charitable Trust

Andrea Bishop  contact
National Motor Museum,
Beaulieu, UK

Tim Bryan  contact
British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, UK

Stephen Laing  contact
British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, UK

Kelvin Ferris  contact
Motor Museum of Western Australia, Australia

Peter Mitchell  contact
Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust ,et al, UK

Wim Van Roy   contact
Mahymobiles, BE


To provide an international forum for meeting and exchanging knowledge with those who share a passion for motoring heritage, putting a global perspective on the issues and challenges facing motor museums throughout the world.

Vale Ron West


It is with great sadness that we advise of the death of our friend and colleague Ron West, Treasurer of the Australasian Motor Museums Association. 

Ron was a founding member and avid supporter of the AMMA, having attended the inaugural meeting and for the majority of his time was a Committee member, Treasurer, State Delegate for Western Australia well as managing his own successful business and his much loved West Coast Motor Museum.

Internationally Ron also attended World Forums for Motor Museums in Los Angeles USA and Sinsheim Germany.

We wish his family our deepest sympathy at this very difficult time.




The 2018 World Forum has been a great opportunity for the many delegates to learn and discuss the multiple challenges the automotive museums and heritage is facing.

The World Forum board would like to thank all speakers, attendees, organising partners and site visits
for making the 2018 World Forum a succes.

We are looking forward to the 2020 edition and hope to see you all !

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