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Brooklands is steeped in history. Since it opened in 1907, through two World Wars, into the Jet Age and beyond, it has been a place of great endeavour, achievements and has spawned many great pioneers, drivers, aviators and engineers. Discover how all this began and browse through the archives in this section which opens the door on an incredible legacy.

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Museum Highlights

There is so much to see and learn when you visit the Museum, explore this section to plan your visit and discover some of the things that you simply cannot miss.
Discover the Museum Highlights
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Our History

Learn about the birth of Brooklands and how it came into being. Discover more about the earliest flights and races here and about some of the buildings and landmarks that are still here today.
Discover our history
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Exhibition Areas

Look further into the main exhibition areas to help you plan your visit, see the collections, vehicles and displays and some of the landscape that Brooklands is famous for.
Discover our Exhibitions
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Online Collections and Blog

We’ve listed every motorcycle, car, aircraft, weapon and more in this extensive on-line collections area. In some cases, there are images and further facts and figures on individual exhibits.
Explore our collections
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Collection Enquiries

A behind-the-scenes look at how we manage and assess the collections and how you can get in touch to make a particular enquiry or donate an object to the Museum.
Discover our Archive
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London Bus Museum

London Bus Museum is operated by the London Bus Preservation Trust and houses the largest private-sector collection of London Buses from the 1890s – 1970s in the world.
Discover the London Bus Museum