Easter at Brooklands Museum
For an exciting day out for the whole family this Easter, visit Brooklands Museum. As well as seeing the incredible collections of cars, motorcycles and aircraft from the golden age of racing and flying, families visiting during the holiday will be able to experience thrilling car rides, take part in fascinating workshops, step aboard Concorde and take their seats in the 4D Theatre.
Brooklands MG ERA on Sunday 14th April and London Bus Museum Spring Gathering on Sunday 7th April. View our full events list here
Easter Holiday Family Fun
Easter Egg Hunt
Pick up the Brooklands Easter Egg Trail in the Museum Shop and hunt for the hidden Easter Egg questions around the Museum site. Find the answers to all the questions, fill out your trail and head to the Museum Shop to pick up your prize.
Drop in, no need to book. Free activity with Museum admission.
11am-1pm and from 2-4.00pm
On weekdays (excluding Bank Holidays) our popular car rides will be operating (subject to weather). Take a trip in a vintage-style car up Test Hill and along the Members’ Banking of the old Race Track.
Subject to weather and operating conditions.Find out more about car rides
For very young visitors, there will be pedal-driven planes and cars to try out and Bertie Bear, the Brooklands larger-than-life mascot, will be roaming the site to meet his fans.
London Bus Museum will run double decker bus rides throughout the holiday too.
Subject to weather and operating conditions.
Kids Tours on Concorde
at 10:55 and 13:25
During School Holidays, we run dedicated Kids Tours on Concorde at set times during the day. The tour is tailored for our younger audience, with fun and noise encouraged!
Brooklands Aircraft Factory & Flight Shed Exhibitions
Explore the new Aircraft Factory, clock in and don factory workcoats 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. On a new mezzanine level, the story of design at Brooklands is told and visitors can design their own military and civilian aircraft from different eras of aviation including those of the future.
Head across the bridge to the Flight Shed, to see some of the Museum’s collection of complete aircraft, sit in the cockpits of the Hawker Hunter and Harrier and explore the displays on radar, ground-to-air radio and pioneering pilots.