Questions and answers

Can you visit Brooklands?

Can you visit Brooklands?

Open every day 10am – 5pm. Pre-book your visit to Brooklands Museum online.

How much does it cost to get into Brooklands?

Brooklands Museum Admission Prices

With donation donation
Adult £17.95 £16.30
Concessions Senior 65+/ Student £16.95 £15.30
Children (5-16, under 5s free) £9.95 £8.95
Family 1 Adult (up to 3 children) £29.00 £26.25

Where in UK is Brooklands?

Brooklands was a 2.75-mile (4.43 km) motor racing circuit and aerodrome built near Weybridge in Surrey, England, United Kingdom.

Can you visit Brooklands race track?

Originally constructed in 1907, the Brooklands race track was the ‘Ascot of Motorsport’ in its heyday. At the Museum, visitors can walk on the lowest section of the race track, following in the tyre tracks of the motorsport greats, such John Cobb, Malcolm Campbell, Kay Petre, Noel Pope and the Bentley Boys.

How long does it take to go round Brooklands Museum?

Four to five hours would see you comfortably around Brooklands museum including the Concord experience. Allow extra time for a lunch break.

Who owns Brooklands Hotel?

The four-star deluxe property is owned by investor clients of property investment company Delancey and is a sister property to Bovey Castle, Dartmoor, and the Grand hotel, Jersey. It was originally designed as a Columbus hotel to be operated by Ken McCulloch, with backing from racing driver David Coulthard.

Where can I see Concorde?

Visit Concorde In The United States Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia outside Washington DC. They have a Space Shuttle and other great things on display too, so you should definitely go here. New York hosts a world record holder, British Airways Concorde G-BOAD at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.

How many people died at Brooklands?

17 deaths
Brooklands Race Circuit In the 28 years of active racing here, the track saw its fair share of horrendous crashes and deaths. At least 17 deaths occurred here including three unfortunate spectators, two mechanics with the remainder being drivers.

Who died at Brooklands?

Clive Dunfee
Beresford Clive Dunfee (1904 – 24 September 1932) was a British racing driver, one of the “Bentley Boys” of the 1930s, who was killed in a dramatic accident at Brooklands.

When was the last race at Brooklands?

7th August 1939
The End of Motor Racing at Brooklands The BARC held its last ever meeting at Brooklands on 7th August 1939.

When did Brooklands hotel open?

Brooklands Hotel is a contemporary, design-led, four-star property built on the historic Brooklands estate near Weybridge in the heart of Surrey. Predominantly glass, the hotel opened in 2010 and has been designed for luxury, while embracing the rich legacy of the historic race circuit.

Where can I see a Concorde UK?

Visit Concorde in the United Kingdom On display almost as long is the pre-production aircraft G-AXDN. You can find this at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, where it is open daily for visits.