Sunday 27th March
With the last “classic” Mini being produced on the 4th October 2000, we commemorate the loss of this iconic car from showrooms around the country, by inviting many of those that have been saved by their dedicated owners to Brooklands for the day.
All types of Mini (including the modern BMW models) are invited to this annual event, so expect displays in all areas of the Museum site. From the oldest to the newest, this year’s event will see some of the earliest examples nestling among hundreds of Minis and their variations including vans and pickups. As always Test Hill will be in action from 12.30pm.
There will be a variety of trade stands offering Mini parts, spares and memorabilia.
Plan your visit
March 27th, 2022 10am - 5pm
Normal Museum Admission Applies
Senior (65+)/Student 18.95
Child (5-18, under 5 FREE) 11.00
Family 1 adult (& up to 3 children) 32.60
Family 2 adults (& up to 3 children) 52.50
Brooklands Members Free
LBPT Members Free
* Ticket prices include a 10% voluntary donation which enables us to reclaim tax on the whole ticket price under Gift Aid. You can choose not to include the donation when you buy your tickets.
Minis will enter the site via the Campbell Entrance off Brooklands Road, with visitors in non-Minis parking in The Heights off Wellington Way - please follow event signage.
Step-free access around site Assistance dogs only are admitted on site. Accessibility at the Museum >
- Events are always popular, so we advise you to book your entry tickets in advance to guarantee admission. Brooklands Members and London Bus Museum Members can book a free-entry event ticket.
- Visitors with an existing pre-booked ticket or Gift Voucher will need to pre-book their visit and must bring their tickets or vouchers with them.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. In the case of a change in government guidelines, tickets are covered by our Covid-19 ticket guarantee. For more information please see the COVID FAQs
Ticket prices include a 10% voluntary donation which enables us to reclaim tax on the whole ticket price under Gift Aid. You can choose not to include the donation when you buy your tickets.
At events where we are running Test Hill, anyone who wishes to take part will need to produce a valid driving licence as part of the signing-on process. The licence must be for the type of vehicle you are looking to drive or ride. They must also attend the briefing session after signing on, before participating in the Test Hill ascents.
As part of an essential fundraising programme to safeguard the future of Test Hill, we are asking for a voluntary contribution from everyone who wishes to take part in the ascents and are suggesting £5.00 as a suitable contribution. More details will be available at the signing-in area - Thank you.
We have been working hard to implement Covid safety measures to ensure all our events are safe and enjoyable for all our visitors. Our events will follow the latest Government guidelines, please visit our Visitor Safety FAQ for full details.
Test Hill demonstrations will take place subject to the government's Covid guidelines.
Assistance dogs only are admitted on site. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. For full visitor guidelines please click here