The first UK meeting between Great Britain and France to discuss Concorde took place here and more than 30% of every Concorde airframe, British and French, was manufactured here.
Now her flying days are over, we are proud to have Concorde G-BBDG here at Brooklands Museum. The first aircraft ever to carry 100 people at twice the speed of sound - 1,350 mph - she arrived at Brooklands in 2004 and, after a two-year restoration, largely by volunteers, was officially opened by HRH Prince Michael of Kent in July, 2006.
Click on the Concorde G-BBDG button above for more details of this aircraft.
The Brooklands Concorde is the only accessible Concorde in the South-East of England and our Concorde Experience visits take place at regular fixed times during each day.
Click on the Concorde Experience button on the left for full details.
The Museum is also home to the Concorde Simulator which, for 28 years, was used to train all British Airways Concorde aircrew. Visitors to the Museum may view the Simulator in demonstration mode, subject to operational constraints, and we also offer At the Controls of Concorde events which feature flying Concorde under instruction from a British Airways Concorde pilot. Click on the link on the left for details.
In addition, we offer have a unique programme of Concorde Special Occasions featuring a range of exciting events with Concorde as the centrepoint. Details of these may be viewed by clicking on the links to the left or by downloading our Concorde Brochure.
The Concorde model – Gate Guardian at the entrance to Brooklands Museum