Attractions on the doorstep of Brooklands Hotel
Brooklands Museum is dedicated to automotive & aviation heritage as Brooklands was the birthplace of British motorsport. The motoring section of the museum is focussed on the 1907 banked course and how it influenced the development on motor racing. 1907 was the year the track first opened and we’ve paid homage to this in the name of our restaurant. Brooklands played a vital role in producing military aircraft in both world wars and many renowned military & civil aircraft were designed and manufactured at Brooklands. The last factory only closed in 1989 so there is rich heritage to explore.
The London Bus Museum is within Brooklands Museum and houses a remarkable collection of around 35 buses, which is the largest collection of working historic London buses in the world. You can take a ride on one of the buses around the Brooklands estate during school holidays. Who doesn’t love sitting on the top desk of a bus!
The exterior of Mercedes-Benz World is ultra modern but inside you can catch a glimpse of the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand as well as explore the latest performance AMG cars. ‘Suspended II’ is a spectacular piece of artwork that reveals in the innermost working of a Formula 1 car. Every piece of the car is on display; it’s an incredible sight. The driving simulators will give you the chance to drive a F1 car for yourself or you can drive a AMG in real life on the track (or just be a passenger whilst a professional driver puts the car through it’s paces on the track).
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