Following the success of Stonor Supercar Sunday in 2021, we’re delighted to announce our new, extended event, Supercars & Classics Weekend. Join us at Stonor Park for not one, but two amazing days of family fun, delicious food, and a spectacle of stunning cars that needs to be seen to be believed.
Sign up to our Early Bird discounted tickets, which will be available for a limited period only. So, be sure to sign up and be first in the know and secure your place at the must attend event of the summer.
With over 500 cars on display and track parades up the hill throughout the day, our stunning collection will include an eclectic array of the world’s most vibrant and dynamic supercars, whilst our classic collection will share stories of the most exotic and exquisite marques from throughout the decades. Celebrating a number of landmark automotive anniversaries and milestones, our displays will astound and amaze all, from the littlest car lovers, to the car connoisseurs.
Complementing the beautiful estate and the fine display of automotive legends, will be an array of engaging retail outlets and gourmet and artisan food stalls. Younger visitors to the event can also enjoy fun and adventure within Stonor Park’s exciting Tumblestone Hollow Adventure Playground.
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Conveniently located between the M4 (J8/9) and M40 (J6) in south Oxfordshire, Drover’s Hill is a 10-minute drive from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading. The nearest station is Henley-on-Thames and there are taxis are available there.
You’ll find Drover’s Hill at Stonor on Coxlease Lane, between Fawley Bottom and Southend. Please use postcode RG9 6JL or mondays.wolves.noun on what3words, and remember that the hill can’t be accessed from the main entrance to Stonor Park.
If you’re approaching from the east on the M40 motorway, please ignore your sat nav if it tells you to exit at Junction 4 or 5 - this will add up to an hour to your journey. Please only exit at Junction 6