Getting Here

Getting here


Mercedes-Benz World,

Brooklands Drive
Weybridge
Surrey
KT13 0SL

Mercedes-Benz World is open to visitors from 10am to 6pm, 7 days a week. Unfortunately, except guide dogs, no dogs may be admitted.

Admission is FREE.

To speak to a member of our team please call:
0370 400 4000



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By Car
  • By Car
  • By Train
  • By Bus

  • By Car

    Mercedes-Benz World is just a few minutes from Junction 10 of the M25. Follow the A3 towards London taking the first exit and turn left at the roundabout onto the A245 (signposted to Weybridge). Continue along the A245 for approximately 1.5 miles. At the second roundabout turn right onto Sopwith Drive.


    Continue straight over two roundabouts, you have arrived at Mercedes-Benz World.


    Mercedes-Benz World
    Brooklands Drive
    Weybridge
    Surrey
    KT13 0SL


  • By Train

    Mercedes-Benz World is located less than 1 mile from Weybridge train station. Weybridge station is easily accessible on the London Waterloo to Portsmouth and Staines to Weybridge train lines. To plan your rail journey please call National Rail enquiries on 03457 48 49 50 for the latest timetables.


  • By Bus

    Mercedes-Benz World is easily accessible from the Arriva bus route 436 and 437 which serve Woking, Sheerwater, Byfleet and Weybridge Train Station. For bus times please visit www.arivabus.co.uk.


Brooklands Museum

Celebrating the birthplace of British motorsport.

There’s so much to keep you occupied at Mercedes-Benz World, you may not have time to visit the Brooklands Museum. But if you do, you won’t be disappointed. Dedicated to keeping the ‘Spirit of Brooklands’ alive, the museum takes visitors on a captivating journey through the glory days of motoring and aviation.

In the Campbell Shed you can discover the history of the Brooklands Circuit, and see some of the legendary cars that raced there. The Grand Prix Exhibition features Formula One cars driven by racing heroes such as Senna and Hakinnen. And the museum’s hangars house over 30 historic aircraft, including the ‘R for Robert’ WWII Wellington bomber, salvaged from Loch Ness.

Other attractions include the unique new Concorde Experience – an unmissable highlight of any trip to Brooklands.

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