The Mansell Collection is currently closed until further notice
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturdays: 9am - 5pm
Bank Holidays: Closed
Adults £10 | Seniors £7.50 | Children 11-16 years £5.00 | Children 0-10 years FREE
Telephone: 01534 880606
Nigel Mansell's legendary car racing career is best described by the man himself which is precisely what the Mansell Collection is about. Located above the family's commercial premises, the Collection hosts an incredible array of trophies, awards, helmets and even a few cars, all kept in pristine condition in the beautifully restored art deco building which once was St Helier’s Garages.
The displays are held in just one room but it is worth equipping yourselves with the audio guides narrated by Nigel Mansell. He will take you through his wins and his life in general, adding a warm element to his unbelievably cool aura.
The Collection is located on the edge of St.Helier and can be reached by many bus routes.
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