The construction of Brooklands Motor Course in 1907 was a wonder of its age. Much of the Track and many of its original buildings and features have survived to this day, some as Listed Buildings or part of a Scheduled Monument. Part of the track outlines the museum and you can walk around and explore it.
While you’re there, visit the London Bus Museum include in the admission.
– See more about London Bus Museum within Brooklands Museum of Motorsport and Aviation
Although the outbreak of war in 1939 saw the end of racing on the legendary Circuit, Brooklands maintained its position as the home of pioneering aviation development until British Aerospace ended aircraft production there in 1987.
Brooklands Museum is open every day, apart from a few days over Christmas. In 2014 we will be closed from the 22nd-26th December inclusive.
CONCORDE EXPERIENCE SUPPLEMENTARY PRICES
The 30 minute visit on board Concorde includes an exhibition in the rear cabin about how the aircraft was built and its connection with Brooklands. After passing through a display of Concorde interiors through the decades, take your seat in the front cabin for a virtual flight, piloted by Captain Mike Bannister. The flight deck may be photographed before you leave the aircraft.
Boarding passes for timed flights are available at the following prices:
Adults – £4
Children aged 5-16 – £2