The National Motor Museum has made motoring history interactive with some fun games on their website. One game asks you to match the correct caravans with the vehicles dating from as early as the 1900s until the present day. The first ever caravans to be towed by motors appeared in the 1920s, and they looked like a cottage on wheels. Another game asks players to dress Edwardian motorists in their appropriate clothing and learn why these clothes were good for driving in. Visitors can also fill in the missing blanks on the posters in the Shell Art Collection and play the Shell jigsaw puzzle.