About the The Argory Vintage Rally

to be held Saturday 25th April, 2020.

Nearly 300 classic cars of all shapes and sizes will feature on the day. There will be a number of tractors on display as well as motorcycles. Other highlights will be the display of stationary engines; the working engines, pumping water and running generators, all testaments to the skills of engineering that still exist today. Why not bring the family and make a day if it? The Argory promises a great day out. Take a tour of the unique Irish gentry house and enjoy home baked cakes, scones and teas in the Courtyard Coffee Shop or grab something tasty from the breakfast and lunchtime BBQ. The Argory’s famous Vintage Rally has been running for over 35 years and is a must-see event. You can also discover more about the history of the MacGeough Bond’s and their vintage vehicle on a guided tour. The Argory Vintage Rally takes place on Saturday 25 April 2020. Vintage Vehicles can gain access from 8.30am to 1.30pm via access gate. £5.00 per car/vehicle. No registration required. All vintage vehicles will receive a commemorative trophy, presented in the courtyard at 3pm. Event opens to the public at 10.30am, via main entrance gate. Normal admission charges apply. National Trust members and under 5’s free. For pricing and more information visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/argory

- Alex Mackenzie- National Trust      


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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

The Argory Vintage Rally Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Alex Mackenzie
  • Organisation: National Trust
  • Address: The Argory, Moy
  • Postcode: BT71 6NA
  • Phone: 02887 784753

The Argory Vintage Rally

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