The safety of all visitors is our priority at The Silverstone Experience.
We have some temporary measures in place to ensure everyone enjoys a safe and fun day
An enhanced cleaning regime throughout.
Checks will be conducted on entry.
Advanced timed ticket sales only.
Limited daily visitor capacity.
Complimentary stylus pen to use touchscreens.
Hand sanitiser stations
Hand sanitisation stations around the site.
Contactless payment in café and shop.
Queuing system for popular exhibits.
Visitors will be required to wear face coverings, in line with Government guidance.
Follow these tips to make the most of your visit and protect those around you
Don't arrive earlier than 10 minutes before you booked entry time to reduce queuing.
Household bubbles can enjoy the museum together.
Follow one-way guidelines and entrance/ exit only signs.
Lifts and disabled toilets for use by household bubbles or individuals only.
Café and shop
Café and shop available after your visit inside the exhibition.
Staff will be on hand to answer any questions and we hope that all our visitors will
Respect the rules and guidelines in place.
Protect yourselves and those around you.
Enjoy your visit and have a fun day out.
Face Coverings FAQs
Yes, visitors to The Silverstone Experience (TSE) will be required to wear face coverings, in line with Government guidance, for your safety and the safety of other visitors and staff. TSE staff and volunteers will also be wearing face coverings or visors.
We welcome everyone and recognise there are circumstances where, for health, age or accessibility reasons, some visitors will not be able to wear face masks or coverings. We hope that fellow visitors will be respectful and if you feel anybody’s conduct towards you is inappropriate, we would urge you to speak to a member of staff who will assist you immediately.
The Government lists specific ‘legitimate reasons’ why people do not need to wear a face covering, including:
- Children under the age of 11
- Not being able to put on, wear or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability
- If putting on, wearing or removing a face covering will cause you severe distress
- If you are travelling with or providing assistance to someone who relies on lip reading to communicate.
In our café you are asked to wear face masks or coverings until you have sat down with your food or drink. Once at a table all visitors are welcome to remove their face coverings and to enjoy their meal or drink.
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