|17th July 2022|
|10am - 5pm|
Royal Highland Centre
Royal Highland Centre Ingliston, Edinburgh West EH28 8NB
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The Scottish Festival of Motoring event promises to be exciting and entertaining with a variety of displays including Club Cars/Groups, Show Vehicles, Modified Cars, Classic Cars, Retro Cars and Motorcycles.
In addition there will also be Daring Stunts, Supercar Passenger Experience, Trade Village, Demos and Live Music.
There will also be plenty of Activities for Kids, making it the must go event for all the family.
Child £10 (11-16 years old)
Family (2 Adults and 2 Children aged 11-16 years) £50
Children 10 years and under Free
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