Brooklands Museum Aircraft Collection
Aircraft Collection Highlights
Explore Brooklands Museum’s collection of aircraft. The collection focuses on telling the story of the Brooklands Aerodrome, one of Britain’s first airfields (home to many aviation pioneers and a thriving centre for both flying training and pioneering long-distance flights), Brooklands’ vital role in producing military aircraft in both world wars, and the many renowned military and civil aircraft (including much of Concorde) designed and manufactured here until the last factory closed in 1989.
Highlights of the aviation collection include Concorde, the only surviving Wellington Bomber that saw action during WW2, the Sultan of Oman's VC10 and the Hawker Harrier that took part in the 1969 Daily Mail Transatlantic Air Race.
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Dates in brackets indicate the date the replica was built.
If you are coming to see a specific exhibit, please ring ahead to make sure that it is on display. Call the Museum on 01932 857381