The Top Gear Enormodrome at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu displays many of the vehicles that have featured in The Top Gear Show, set off by a special show where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May greet the visitors and introduce clips.
D J Willrich Ltd put the concept of the exhibition to Beaulieu, they agreed and have had a record breaking increase in gate sales since the show opened.
When the doors are opened, the DJW-programmed show begins. The Crestron controlled lighting starts and visitors move into the Enormodrome, a location that looks considerably like the Top Gear set. The centre screens come to life with the Top Gear presenters who present the show in their usual inimitable style. This Watchout show, created by DJW, moves between the presenters in the centre screens, clips from the programme on the big surrounding screens, and lighting highlighting the vehicles, all designed and installed by DJW.
While Visitors are waiting to go into the main show, they watch a pre show featuring celebrity Laps and more from Top Gear in a Watchout show created by DJW. After the main show, visitors move into a hall of vehicles borrowed from the Top Gear programme and highlighted by relevant show clips arranged by DJW.