Brooklands is the Home of Concorde - more than 30% of every airframe, British and French, was manufactured here. Discover the leading role played by Brooklands in the Concorde story by taking the Concorde Experience.
G-BBDG was the third Concorde built in Britain and this country’s first production Concorde. First flown in February 1974, ‘Delta Golf’, as she is known, carried out a large part of the certification work that saw Concorde flying in commercial service between 1976 and 2003. Delta Golf was the fastest production Concorde and in 1974 she became the first aircraft ever to carry 100 people at twice the speed of sound - 1,350mph.
Take the Brooklands Concorde Experience and see inside one of the world’s most famous aircraft. Relive the excitement of the supersonic age, on the only Concorde accessible in South East England. The 30 minute visit on board Concorde includes an exhibition in the rear cabin about how the aircraft was built and its connection with Brooklands. After passing through a display of Concorde interiors through the decades, take your seat in the front cabin for a virtual flight, piloted by Captain Mike Bannister. The flight deck may be photographed before you leave the aircraft.
Please note: on each Saturday up until 9th February, the first Concorde Experience will be at 12:25pm. Extra flights will be available in the afternoons.
Please Book Early!
The Concorde Experience is a timed tour and places are limited. We recommend that you purchase your tickets soon after arrival at the Museum to avoid disappointment. Reservations for the Concorde Experience can be made on 01932 857381 ext 268 on weekdays and ext 254 on weekends and weekdays during school holidays, but please note that all boarding passes must be paid for and collected at least half an hour before your flight is due to start.
Boarding passes for timed flights are available at the following prices:
Adults - £4
Children aged 5-16 - £2 (maximum of 3 children (of any age) per adult)