9am – Bicester Heritage would like to ask all visitors to the Scramble to respect their neighbours and be aware of local traffic on arrival and departure of the event.
2pm at the January and October Sunday Scrambles and 4pm at the April Scramble.
Yes, tickets for the 28th April will only be available online in advance only. Tickets will not be available on the gate on the 28th April. We highly recommend that you book in advance as the April Scramble is historically our most popular open day event and is likely to sell out.
Discounted adult tickets purchased in advance (age 16 or over) are £8 per person (plus a booking service charge). Children under 16 are free and do not require a ticket (when accompanied by an adult ticket holder). Other discounts are available in certain cases (please see below), all discounted tickets will close on Sunday 21st April.
Visitors planning to arrive in a pre-1990 classic vehicle (which includes cars, motorcycles and military vehicles) can benefit from our advance Classic discount offer of £5 per person (plus a booking service charge), which also gives the opportunity to display your vehicle in amongst the buildings of the main Technical Site, subject to availability (please note you will be asked to enter details of your classic vehicle when you select this ticket option).
Members of vehicle clubs can benefit from our advance Club discount offer of £5 per person (plus a booking service charge) provided their club representative has registered the club attendance with us in advance. To apply for registration (subject to approval) please contact Historic Promotions on 01869 247888 or email@example.com.
No, tickets will only be available online in advance only. Children under 16 are free (when accompanied by an adult ticket holder).
Children under 16 are free (when accompanied by an adult ticket holder).
No, all parking is free for ticket holders.
Yes, we need all adults to have an individual ticket. Hagerty Valuation Arena tickets need to be bought in addition to the Sunday Scramble entry ticket.
We have held the tickets at the same price for two years, endeavouring to keep the cost down for our valued Scramblers. Now, however, with an increase in the attendance, size of the event and infrastructure, the cost of running the Scramble has increased. A minor increase in the ticket price ensures that we can continue to deliver this ever popular event to the same high standard whilst protecting its future and trademark informal atmosphere.
There are a limited number of spaces available so you need to pre-book a timed slot via our website. The tickets are £15 each with all monies raised going to charity. At your allotted time you will need to take your vehicle to the Hagerty Valuation Arena where a team of experts will inspect the vehicle, take photographs of the vehicle and give you a printed valuation within 15 minutes.
Vehicles will be directed by yellow signs to the events gate on the Buckingham Road and the airfield gate on Skimmingdish Lane. Please follow event signage.
Bicester Heritage is delighted to welcome vintage aircraft to fly-in for Scramble events but due to limited space the aeroplane must be pre-booked, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests must be made by email before 03rd January to ensure a booked slot. Bicester Heritage airfield is strictly PPR please see attachment for details: Visiting Aircraft Instructions. The pilot and all passengers must have an entry ticket – please book online.
Pedestrians must use the main Bicester Heritage entrance on the Buckingham Road, near the roundabout with Skimmingdish Lane.
The Sunday Scramble is mainly an excuse for hundreds of classic vehicle enthusiasts to come together and enjoy a relaxed social gathering. As well as enjoying the visiting classic cars, motorbikes and other vehicles, you can also glimpse inside the various specialist businesses now on site at Bicester Heritage, who will be opening their doors throughout. The airfield will also be active, weather dependent, during the event so you can expect to see the Bicester Gliding Centre in operation.
There will be plenty of catering outlets on site, serving hot and cold drinks and a varied menu for breakfast and lunch, typically including bacon rolls, hog roast, burgers, toasted sandwiches, as well as ice cream.
Yes, well behaved dogs are allowed on site but must be kept on their leads at all times. Please remember that vehicles will be moving around and the airfield is active. Please clean up after your dog, bins for dog mess are provided across the site.
No, sorry, there is no readmission if you leave the site during the event.
If you are disabled and require full-time assistance, we are happy to provide a free ticket at the gate for your care assistant, partner or accompanying friend. In order to receive this free ticket, please provide a copy of your most recent DLA or PIP letter showing your current entitlement as well as your blue badge, should you require car parking on site.
There is a dedicated disabled parking area close to the event entrance. There is also a disabled toilet on site.
Unfortunately mobility scooters will not be available for this Scramble.
No, but there are plenty nearby in surrounding Bicester and at neighbouring supermarkets. Don’t forget to stop on your way to the Scramble!
Please contact our ticket provider Eventbrite.