Brooklands Museum is a large open-air museum with many period buildings and exhibits, some with stepped access. There is no wheelchair access  to board our aircraft, which all have steps, including Concorde. 

Contact Us

For more information please contact our visitor services team.

01932 857381


Access Policy Statement - coming soon


Disabled parking is available near our Main Visitor Entrance (KT13 0SL), limited disabled parking is also available on-site through Campbell Gate (KT13 0QN). For larger events, extra Blue Badge Parking is provided in The Heights off Wellington Way. Please follow event parking signs and marshals on event days.  For more information about disabled parking on the Museum site please call 01932 857381 or email


There is an entry charge for Brooklands Museum and opening times vary by the season. Accompanying carers may be admitted free of charge where their presence is essential for a visit to the Museum.

Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooter

Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters are welcome. Three wheelchairs and a mobility scooter are available for visitors to borrow. Please call our Visitor Services team to reserve a wheelchair or mobility scooter on 01932 857381

Accessible Toilets

There are toilets at the Clubhouse (Radar Key), Jackson Shed, Vickers Suite and in the London Bus Museum.

Baby changing facilities are available in the Clubhouse and in the Jackson Shed.

Clubhouse Access

There is a level wide entrance at the front of the building and access to the Cafe from the rear of the building is via a short low ramp. All public areas inside the Clubhouse have flat, level access. There is a lift for access to the first floor function rooms and the Members’ Bar.

First Aid

If you need medical assistance please speak to any volunteer or member of staff who will arrange assistance from a trained first-aider or call for an ambulance. Please do remember that the help we are allowed to offer is limited.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the Museum. Please ensure where possible your dog is wearing an identifiable harness/jacket where applicable.

Quiet Hour

Throughout 2024, we will be offering a series of Quiet Hours for visitors who are neurodivergent to enjoy these areas of the Museum, free from the hustle and bustle of our normal opening hours.    

These Quiet Hours will run on selected days during the school holidays and selected event days. 

Find out more about our upcoming Quiet Hours here