Afficionados of Morgan cars (or "Moggies" as they are known to enthusiasts) need no introduction to these iconic vehicles. A trip to The Malverns is a chance to visit the company’s Visitor Centre and Museum.
At the museum you will discover the Company’s fascinating family history, relax and watch the Morgan film, and get up close to the cars of the past, present and future!
For over 100 years the Morgan Motor Company have been hand-building exciting sports cars. Morgan cars are famous the world over for their unique blend of charisma, quality materials, craftsmanship and performance.
The early cars were two or four-seat three-wheelers, and were therefore considered to be cyclecars. Cyclecars were classified as motorcycles and the three-wheeled vehicles cleverly avoided the British tax on cars.
The first Morgan four-wheelers were introduced in 1936 and are known as the Morgan 4–4 Series 1.
Three-wheeler production continued alongside the 4–4 until 1952.
Interestingly, the three-wheeler has been updated and reappeared in 2011 as the 2012 Morgan 3 Wheeler, US-spec.
On display in the museum are some of the vehicles from this 100 year history. You don’t have to be a ‘rev-head’ to enjoy these truly beautiful cars.