Free Entrance To The Easter Event @ Mercedes Benz
Free Entrance To The Easter Event @ Mercedes Benz

Free Entrance To The Easter Event @ Mercedes Benz

It doesn’t take a genius to realise that chocolate plus Mercedes-Benz World equals a pretty fun Easter for kids of all ages! From 9th-25th April, Mercedes-Benz World is hosting a fantastic Easter event and you’re all invited. There’ll be a heady mix of events, competitions and adventures and best of all, admission is free!

Your kids will go crazy for the impress-their-friends Kids’ 4x4 Driving Experience. Give them over 10 acres of off-roading thrills in a Mercedes-Benz M-Class that’ll wow even the most jaded teen, with top tips from a passenger seat professional and duel controls to keep it safe. You’ll all love the Guided Tour round our famous classic car museum, racetrack and high performance gallery that gets you up close to automotive legends like the Gullwing and Patent Motorwagen. There’s even a Driving Academy Safety Simulator that puts excitement into sensible driving – the upside-down rolling-over experience is like nothing else!

For a sweet treat that’s well earned, the Easter Trivia Trail rewards the adventurous and most knowledgeable Mercedes-Benz kids! The Trail celebrates 125 years of Mercedes-Benz and there’s loads of free chocolate up for grabs. Hot Laps give you the thrill of joining our specialist drivers in a V8 powered AMG Mercedes-Benz on our handling circuit…or let the professional Silver Arrows show you how it’s done! Four powerful AMG cars will push power and performance to the limit every weekend and all over the Easter holidays


This don't look to be free.

Kids 4x4 Experience - £50 for 30 minutes.*
Kids 4x4 Experience - £90 for 60 minutes.*
For an additional £10 up to 2 passengers can join the 30 and 60 minute experience.*
All prices listed for driving experiences include VAT at 20%
Edited by: "judderman" 7th Apr 2011

I got this email yesterday & was going to post it UNTIL I read it. It's very misleading & much of it is not free BUT in fact quite pricey.

i went last year and it wasnt very good either! the Renault one was much better.

Went last year, daughter managed to get autograph from Lewis Hamilton, she did some driving too at the under 16 driving school and we all did the off roading, was a good day out but yes was quite expensive. Quite a unique family day out though
Edited by: "BIOMAN1" 7th Apr 2011

I have been there twice this year and it is always free to get in. Additional costs are the driving experiences and the flight museum.
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