Mercedes-Benz, Porsche & BMW Club
17 March 2024
We’re delighted to announce for the Sussex Region’s Grand 2024 opening event The Mercedes-Benz Club will be holding their annual Three Clubs meeting at Amberley Museum.
Cars from the BMW Club GB and TIPEC (The Independent Porsche Enthusiasts Club) will also be on display.
The Mercedes-Benz Club
The Mercedes-Benz Club was founded in 1952 and it was the first Mercedes-Benz Club in the world.
Its founding was mainly due to the enthusiasm and efforts of one man – Ronald H Johnson (1913 – 1973). By profession Johnson was a marine architect, but he was also an avid motorist and a long-time enthusiast of Mercedes-Benz cars.
The Independent Porsche Enthusiasts Club (TIPEC)
TIPEC is run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts – like-minded people who are passionate about the Porsche marque. The club is independent of the Porsche factory and dealer network. They cater for the entire range of models and also welcome owners of replicas. The Club is dedicated to keeping the cost of owning and running a Porsche down to a minimum.
The BMW Car Club of Great Britain
Founded in 1952, the BMW Car Club of Great Britain is proud to be an official Club created for BMW enthusiasts, by enthusiasts. From the modern to the Classics, the Club is catered for each and every individual. From all corners of the UK to all social media platforms, the Club offers a chance to share your passion and to build a whole new social experience. They offer technical knowledge and support, where you can gain access to a wealth of authoritative advice and details through Register Meets, and Register Captains are just an email away.
Date & Times
17 March 2024
Main Season opening times: 10am – 4.30pm
General admission pricing applies for this event.
Train and bus rides are included for no extra cost.
Why Pre-book Tickets?
Our car park can reach full capacity on event days, so we ask everyone to pre-book their admission ticket to help us manage numbers in the car park.
Members and volunteers can pre-book complimentary tickets at no charge through the same booking system.
If there are no tickets available for your chosen day, the event is fully booked so we recommend not making a special journey as we cannot guarantee that you will be able to visit.
Amberley Museum is located in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Often referred to as multiple museums in one, the Museum has over 20 exhibition areas.
The Limeburners Cafe will be open for lunches and snacks, ice creams and hot drinks are also available. There are also outdoor picnic areas.
Well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome.
All activities are subject to change.