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Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands, Weybridge

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Located on the historic Brooklands motor racing track, Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands is a Mercedes-Benz lover's dreamland. Entrance to the complex is free, and inside you'll find over 100 cars on three floors. Most exciting of all are the five courses for learning advanced driving skills, where you can try out the coveted AMG. The staff will give driving lessons to anyone over 1.5 m (4.9 ft) tall, so even kids can try their hand at the steering wheel. Take the bus from the Weybridge railway station, or Woking station, directly to the attraction. Plan to visit Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands during your Weybridge vacation using our convenient Weybridge travel itinerary planner.
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  • Have visited a number of times and it is always a pleasure. Modern, clean and with activities for all the family. Under 17 Driving experiences and interactive cars for younger children as well as well...  more »
  • Awesome place and day. Free to get in and parking. Great classic cars and plenty of current cars to look at and get into. Took our son a year too old for little learners but allowed on. Great setup an...  more »
  • Super cool building housing sales floors and interesting museum exhibits. Although the Museum is free, the more interesting things all charge, typically £15-30 pp for the driving experiences. The expl...  more »
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  • Awesome selection of cars you can take for a driving experience. Fantastic tutors who tell you all about the cars features and technology whilst you are driving around and using each aspect. Thoroughly recommend getting a taste of the 4x4. Seeing all the old F1 cars and gorgeous classics was fantastic.
  • A great day out. The museum is interesting, with some great exhibits. The driving experiences are fantastic too.
  • Visited here for a conference. The conference was hosted at the meeting rooms where we were welll looked after by the staff and the catering was excellent. The Mercedes museum is worth a visit and there is a great display of F1 cars there. We went on a hot lap on their test trrack which is an experience not to be missed. The test drivers are amazing and do things you think no car could ever do!
  • We are regular visitors here, so we thought we would bring one of my daughter's friends with us who is 12yrs. We told her all the fun things you had here, with designing the look of a smart car, the fun 3D film. You even had small tablets with creating designing cars too. To our disappointment it has all been taken away. It seems unless your interested in gaming or having a driving experience which will cost you money! All the fun free experiences have gone. My two daughters 8yrs and 12yrs and her friend who was also 12yrs were all bored. We will not be returning as nothing to do for girl's. However they enjoyed lunch at your café. Mercedes are now a money making museum. Be warned if you want to sit in a F1 replica and play a computer game in it , it will cost you a £1 minute.....
  • If you like MB, then this place will appeal. I took my family, just after getting my latest MB. From the south coast, it was a bit of a trek, especially with the traffic. The site draws quite a lot of visitors, so can be very busy. Lucky, there's a fair amount of parking. We were only interested in looking around the exhibition area, rather than doing the driving experiences or visiting the dealership. The exhibition is free and quite enjoyable. There is a range of vehicles, from the very old through to modern classics. The exhibit of an exploded F1 car is really neat. On the upper floor, you can see the new cars from the range, and watch people out on the track. The best part for my boys was going on the F1 simulators, for which there is a charge. There is also a shop, with a range of products, some of which are quite reasonably priced. Overall, it was an enjoyable and interesting visit, though I wish it was a bit closer to home.