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Tips from locals
Visit the Brooklands air museum only 5 minutes drive away from Chertsey - home of the Concorde
This is a very interesting motor museum housed at the famous Brooklands race track.
Brooklands was the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation. The racing circuit was the first purpose built racing circuit in the world. The Museum is open daily, and displays a wide range of Brooklands-related motoring and aviation exhibits ranging from racing cars, motorcycles, and a unique…
For aviation and transport history. A great place to sit inside Concord or get to look at how huge jet engines work! Reminisce at cars,buses and bicycles through history.
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“Its a fantastically, amazing place to visit and its absolutely free, yes in this day an age who would have thought it. It's got a cinema, an F1 (Real F1 car), game simulations, has a cinema, can go for test drives (paid of course), show cases all the latest cars, which you can sit in and get the feel of and has a museum with some of the most iconic Mercedes cars including a replica of the first ever car built by the Benz brothers. its a truly remarkable MUST SEE place, I went for the first time after 35 years of living in this town and took kids there another dozen or so times, it so cool and enjoyable, cant believe it was under our nose all these years and never actually went out to see it sooner.”
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“Box Hill is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located just outside Dorking. Home to the 2012 Olympic Cycling, there is parking on the National Trust site with excellent views and lots of local pubs & restaurants to visit. ”
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“Painshill’s 18th century landscape garden was created between 1738 and 1773, by the Hon. Charles Hamilton. Inspired by Renaissance art and his Grand Tours across Europe, he created a sequence of breath-taking and surprising vistas. The landscapes form living works of art into which Hamilton placed follies for dramatic effect.”
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