The Williams Conference Centre is home to the largest private collection of Formula One cars in the world. Housing more than 40 of the team’s seminal race cars, the collection charts the team’s 40 years of motor racing history.


The Williams Conference Centre offers a unique way to expereince the thrills of a Formula 1 Grand Prix, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the World of Formula 1 at the home of one of the most successful teams in the sports' history.

A unique way to expereince a grand prix:

- Watch the race live, with build up analysis and live link up to the team

- 5-star catering provided throughout the day

- Discover the story of the Williams Founders - Sir Frank Williams and Sir Patrick Head

- Take a guided tour of Sir Frank Williams' Grand Prix Collection spanning 40 years of racing and some of the most iconic racing cars in history

- Complete your tour in the Williams Trophy Room and see the silverware from 16 World Championship titles

- Enjoy an array of our F1 themed activities, from racing one one of our Williams VR Simulators to testing your speed on our supersized Scalextric track..


Your very own exclusive insight tour experience includes, an expert tour guide providing commentary on our teams illustrious history and a glimpse into some of the remarkable technology behind the teams history.
Together with the opportunity to view a selection of our spectacular and historic trophy, a light finger buffet, tea, coffee & soft drinks, and an opportunity to purchase Williams team merchandise from our onsite shop.

*Please note that tours do not access the Formula One factory
*Minimum age requirement 8 years of age


We offer bespoke tours for 10 or more guests with tailored catering. For more information on our exclusive tours please telephone 01235 777900 or email [email protected]


Tours include:
*Preview theatre viewing to set the scene for the museum tour
*Escorted tour of the Williams Grand Prix Collection, accompanied by an audio-visual commentary of the team's history and the stories behind the cars
*Tour of the Technology Room which displays examples of the intricacies of Formula 1 engineering, including:
*An early designed carbon fibre Monocoque, driven by Nigel Mansell, an FW22 gear box, raced by Jenson Button, tour of the Trophy Room which displays a selection of memorabilia relating to the team's nine Constructors' World Championship wins and some of the most prestigious trophies the Williams F1 team has won
Refreshments (squash, water & biscuits - tea/coffee for tutors)

Mondays & Fridays; groups should arrive for 10am with departure by noon. Alternative days & timings will be considered on request
Photography is permitted in the museum
A ratio of one accompanying tutor per 10 children is required for group visits
Group size: minimum 15, maximum 40 (inclusive of accompanying tutors)
There is a gift shop in the centre which sells Williams F1 merchandise
*This tour does not give access to the Williams F1 Factory

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