The Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust
The Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust was formed in 1981 to promote and preserve the history and engineering excellence of Rolls-Royce. There are five Branches which serve the historical interests of the ancestor companies that, over the years, were assimilated to create the present-day Rolls-Royce.
THE ROLLS-ROYCE HERITAGE TRUST OPEN DAY - SATURDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2015 - DERBY, UK
Our proud history will once again be on display on Saturday 19 September in Derby, UK, when we open our Heritage Trust Exhibitions to the public.
Visitors to the Exhibitions, which will be open between 10.00 and 16.00 hours, can expect to see one of the largest collection of aircraft engines in the UK, ranging from First World War piston engines and the famous Merlin, right up to modern jet engines.
The collection will also include exhibits with marine and industrial applications.
Two sites will be showcasing our heritage. The first is the Heritage Exhibition located at our Rolls-Royce Learning & Career Development Centre, Wilmore Road, Derby, DE24 9BD.
The second is our Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust Exhibition & Workshops on Osmaston Road, Derby, DE24 8AE.
Please note that all parking is at the Rolls-Royce Learning & Career Development Centre Site, Wilmore Road, with free shuttle buses operating between the two sites. Disabled visitors will be able to park on both Sites.
Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
For more details, contact the office:
Tel: +44 (0) 1332 249 437 (out of hours – answering machine)