The Museum officially opened in 2019 and is located next to the iconic Circuit. It has taken over seven years to create a home for the important BRDC archive, and a hub for motor sport fans and families to explore racing at Silverstone.

Visitors to the museum will discover everything from medieval monks to WW2 Wellington Bombers and the design and engineering principles that underpin racing cars and motorcycles.

With over 60 interactive exhibits, children and grown-ups alike can climb into a replica Grand Prix car, practice their skills as an RAF pilot and try commentating on a race. In addition to the hands-on fun, the museum features some of the most iconic cars and bikes that have played a part in the 70-year history of Silverstone including Mansell’s iconic “Red 5”, an E.R.A from the first ever Grand Prix and Barry Sheene’s 1979 Suzuki motorbike.