Mercedes-Benz World reopens to visitors

Mercedes-Benz World reopens to visitors

Popular motoring attraction has been closed for some time due to coronavirus restrictions.

Mercedes-Benz World has reopened its doors to visitors. 

The popular motoring attraction based in Weybridge, Surrey, has been closed for some time due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting restrictions. 

However, the experience centre is now open again, operating Friday to Sunday from 11am to 5pm. 

Charlotte Poole, general manager, Mercedes-Benz World, said: “We’re so excited to be welcoming the public back to Mercedes-Benz World. To keep both our visitors and staff safe, we have introduced a wide range of safety measures including readily available hand sanitiser, social distancing and we are encouraging people to wear face coverings. We’ve also been given the official ‘Good to Go’ mark by Visit Britain.

“With our vast selection of displays and attractions, Mercedes-Benz World provides the perfect day out for motorsport fans as well as the whole family. ”


Visitors are able to book driving experiences on the site’s track and wet skid circle, or test out the off-road course which spans 10 acres. The centre also allows visitors to get up close and personal with some of the firm’s latest models across three floors of new cars. 

A suspended Mercedes F1 car also gives a whole new view of the cutting edge of motorsport, while those who work in the emergency services, NHS, social care or Armed Forces sector will receive a complimentary simulator ride by showing their Blue Light Card. 

To ensure social distancing measures are retained, a one-way system has been put in place, while the wearing of face masks is encouraged. Hand sanitiser will also be offered throughout the building. 

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