Owned and operated by the German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz World Museum is the biggest dedicated to one brand museum in Great Britain. The complex is open to the public at the historic Brooklands motor racing circuit in Weybridge, Surrey, UK.
There is a great possibility for every interested to book driving time on the tracks and technical facilities to experience the performance of the high performance AMG range. There are special courses that learn advanced skills and testing an AMG. Drivers of any age and experience can take these courses.
Among the champions who have driven on the tracks at Mercedes-Benz World are
Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton, Stirling Moss, F1 Champion Jenson Button, DTM champion Bernd Schneider, double F1 World Champion Mika Hakkinen.
Mercedes-Benz World was the first track in the UK to provide the MSA newly developed coaching course, leading to a professional Certificate in Coaching Motorsport.
Facilities include: two high performance handling tracks, simulated ice surfaces, skid pan, high speed braking, 4x4 course, and driving areas for beginners and young drivers.
Entry to the Mercedes complex is free to the public. The building is spread over three floors with over 100 cars on display, including a historic 300SL Gullwing as well as the full range of current sports and performance models. There is also a cinema, restaurant, simulator studio, cafe, displays and exhibitions, event spaces and a shop. Children are welcomed and there are multiple activities available for all ages.
The adjacent Brooklands Museum has a large collection of early motorcars, motorbikes and aeroplanes associated with Brooklands, including a Concorde, as well as a cafe, a restaurant and a kids' area. Also adjacent is London Bus Museum which displays some 35 historic London buses dating back to the 1870s.