Welcome to the
Brooklands Museum Centenary Site
The Brooklands Centenary is a celebration of the site's national and international significance to motoring, aviation, engineering, sporting and transport history for the past 100 years.
Brooklands Museum still features many of the original buildings, the 1-in-4 Test Hill and the steepest part of the Members' Banking, re-opened to the public in 1991. The Museum now chronicles the achievements of the pioneering men and women who advanced technology on the ground and in the air, and has a superb and ever-growing collection of vehicles and aircraft and memorabilia as well as modern Formula One race cars, the Raleigh Cycle Collection and historic motorcycles.
2008 is the centenary of Alliott Verdon-Roe's first flight trials at Brooklands. Descendants of Alliott are working together to organise centenary celebrations of his aviation achievements in 2008.
The Brooklands Concorde Experience
The Brooklands Concorde Experience is open daily. Boarding Passes* for the experience are £5 for Adults and £2 for children: discounts apply during the week, except in August. Make sure you buy your boarding pass at the start of your visit as there are a limited number of seats on Concorde each day.
To find out more about our Concorde, see our special Micro-site at www.BrooklandsConcorde.com
*Boarding Pass purchase is in addition to Museum Entry Price