Classic vehicles will be on show amid the stunning rhododendrons of Stody Estate

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Stody Lodge Gardens will once again warmly welcome a wide range of classic vehicle lovers for its sixth annual Classic Vehicle day. All pre 2000 classic vehicles, including coaches, tractors and motorbikes, are invited to this wonderful day of motors, homemade teas and spectacular gardens.

Stody offers ample well-drained parking and lots of space for BYO picnics in open parkland.

The event surrounds Stody's stunning 14-acre rhododendron gardens. The gardens will host a selection of great food and drink options from midday onwards, providing a full afternoon of entertainment and relaxation.
Classic vehicles only are invited to arrive between 9.30am and 11.30am (after which point they will be parked in the public car park.)

Gates to the public car park open at 12 noon. The gardens open at 12pm and close at 5pm.

There is no charge for viewing the classic vehicles in the park. Entrance to the gardens for is FREE for drivers of a classic vehicle. Otherwise it is £9, children under 12 free.

There is no need to register your classic vehicle or to complete an application form to attend. Please arrive in convoy if you wish to attend as part of a club and be parked together. 9.30am – 11.30am classics; 12 – 5pm general public.

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Map & Directions

Classic Vehicles at Stody Gardens

Type:Car/Motorcycle Rally

Stody Estate, Stody, Norfolk, NR24 2ER

Tel: 01263 860 572

Opening Times

Season (19 May 2024)
DayTimes
Sunday12:00 - 17:00

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