Took my five year old on a cold Saturday between Christmas and New Year, access to the site is straightforward and parking is free and plentiful. Admission for the pair of us was around GBP 15, there is an additional fee for Concorde which we didn't go for on this occasion. The collection comprises a variety of exhibits themed on the history of the Brooklands site (Vickers & motor sports) and while tatty in places (which added to the experience) was extremely interesting and unusually hands on. Examples of the hands on included;
- a walk through Lancaster bomber
- sitting in the cockpit of a Harrier jump jet
- a hands on discovery room for kids (think science museum on a much smaller scale but with no queue)
- pretending to drive a bus
- walk through of the Sultan of Oman's old VC-10
In addition to a number of aircraft, there are buses, cars, motor bikes, push bikes and war memorabilia. The buildings/surroundings are interesting in themselves; an eclectic hodgepodge perfect for exploring and dripping with character/history not in the least bit sterile.
There is a very reasonably priced cafe onsite with a kids play area, there is also a decent shop.
Thoroughly enjoyable I would return. Hope this helps...
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