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Huge amounts of history and passion!

Highly Recommended! We are definitely going back once restrictions ease. The volunteers are all so... read more

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Reviewed 18 October 2019 via mobile

We visited the Concorde simulator today for my husband’s birthday treat and cannot thank you enough for making the day so special. My husband cannot stop talking about it! We were delighted to have Mike Bannister as our pilot, this really made our day. There was so much to see and do, we need to come back to see the things we didn’t have time for. The staff were so knowledgable and full of enthusiasm. An excellent day out, thank you

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 18 October 2019

To stand beside the 1935 world speed record holder (never beaten) with intense heat still radiating from the bonnet that houses a 24L engine was amazing. We fortunately hit upon our first visit on a race day, so we enjoyed racing cars on a circuit, amazing aeroplanes from Brooklands incredible past and also the London Bus Museum. The collected and restored works of engineering from the past created an unforgettable and memorable day. The Concorde was amazing too, so sleek and massive.
One detraction was the terrible state of the VC10 on display. The Sultan of Oman would not be impressed with his livery and emblems smudging away in the damp climate of Surrey. I still remember 'Blue Peter' on children's' TV having a show from this aircraft in around 1963 where the glass of orange juice on the table had nary a ripple from this superb piece of British engineering. Unlike the Napier-Railton, could do better.

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 17 October 2019

The largest ever Concorde Crew Reunion was held in October at Brooklands in the atmospheric Napier room. Concorde crew know good food and service when they see it...and we certainly saw it! 220 people were wined and dined with excellent, friendly, professional service. From the first initial enquiry, through the detailed planning, to the serving of the coffee and chocolates, everything was perfect. Catering for a large number must be one hell of a challenge. The food was excellent and the serving staff were smiling and friendly throughout. This was a perfect venue with Brooklands being the ‘Home of Concorde’. Well done to all.

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 16 October 2019

I booked this for my company to have an all day internal meeting only 6 of us in total. Having grown up near Brooklands I was very keen to get my colleagues out of London for a planning day. We booked very last minute and the the hospitality team were amazing. Our room was lovely so much better than any other soulless conference space. The conference staff excellent - professional, attentive and friendly. It was good value for money too.

The only improvements I can think of is the wifi was a tiny bit tricky to get connected with - they might need to upgrade it.

The food in the sunbeam cafe was slightly underwhelming. We had to eat there rather than have private catering as we booked very late, which is totally understandable. Could of done with signs next to each hot dish to make it easy to decide.

Other than that excellent and I will definitely try to come back!

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 14 October 2019

First time here at the Brooklands Museum and have to say we had a great day. Proper British motoring nostalgia everywhere plus the knowledgeable friendly staff are on hand to add to the history. It was nice to see children with parents, grandparents enjoying the memorabilia on display. The Concorde experience is well worth paying extra for as you certainly learn stuff about all aspects of this amazing piece of engineering.
Try lunch at the Sunbeam Cafe, they serve some lovely warming dishes plus the cafe itself has nostalgia all around.
Great day out...

Date of experience: October 2019
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