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ACTIVITIES


SUMMER HOLIDAY FETE AT BROOKLANDS


Visitors coming to Brooklands Museum on weekdays* throughout August will find all the fun and games of a traditional village fête waiting for them.


The focal point will be a lawned area set in front of the iconic Clubhouse with a variety of vintage-inspired games for all ages. Some of the free activities link back to the golden era of the 1920s and ‘30s while others have a familiar modern twist. They include: • Hopscotch • Hoop and stick • Swing ball • Giant Connect 4 • Giant rope noughts and crosses • Inflatable skittles, draughts etc. • Coconut shy • Quoits


Sports day Giant deck chairs will provide the perfect ‘selfie’ opportunity as will all the winners podium. This will be for anyone competing in some of the traditional ‘sports day’ events and races like the sack race or egg and spoon race which will run on selected days. Ice cream, lemonade, tea, cakes and other summer treats will be on sale too and of course, the legendary


Brooklands car rides* will take passengers up the hill climb and along the famous race track for a thrilling drive. However, for a more leisurely ride, you could always hop on board a red double-decker bus for a trip* courtesy of London Bus Museum.


Exhibitions


Hawker Hunter and walk through a Wellington Bomber.


The Concorde experience The Concorde Experience is a half-hour virtual supersonic ‘flight’ on the Brooklands Concorde and runs every day, but on weekdays, special Kids Tours will be running twice a day too. The 4D theatre will be running three simulator racing and flying rides each day.


All of the Museum’s motoring and cycling exhibitions will be open for families to explore including the new award-winning Brooklands Aircraft Factory and Flight Shed. Inside these exhibition areas, visitors can ‘clock in’ and don factory work coats as they begin their ‘Brooklands Apprenticeship’. A series of workshops and interactives explore some of the skills used over the 80-year history of aircraft manufacture at Brooklands. Leaving the factory and entering the flight shed, visitors can see a collection of aircraft, sit in the cockpit of the


Admission prices (including a Gift Aid donation) are: adults £16.00, seniors £15.00, children (5-16 yrs) £9, family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £42.00. The half-hour Concorde Experience is £5 for adults, £3 for children, 4D simulator rides are £4 for adults, £2 for children.


For more information on all the summer activities at Brooklands Museum please visit www. brooklandsmuseum.com


*Car and Bus rides are subject to weather and operational conditions and require a minimum donation of £1 per passenger. Car Rides will not run on Fridays or Bank Holiday Monday. The main visitor entrance for the Museum is via Mercedes-Benz World, on Brooklands Drive off Wellington Way between Weybridge and Byfleet.


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