Attractions at the RAF Museum include 80 aircraft on display, an interactive area, a simulator ride and ‘Our Finest Hour’, a multi-media account of the Battle of Britain. In the interactive Aeronauts Gallery visitors can take a pilot aptitude test to discover whether they have the ‘right stuff’. ‘Milestones of Flight’, a permanent exhibition in the museum’s silver barrel-vaulted, stainless steel clad building, includes some of the most important RAF aircraft, along with classics from the USA, Germany, Japan and France. The museum's Historic Hangars buildings give details of early aircraft models, including information on how aircraft had to be modified to ensure they worked properly in different overseas climates and conditions. The museum will gain a new permanent exhibition in December 2014, 'First World War in the Air', telling the story of military aviation through the experiences of pilots, ground crews, factory workers and the local north London community.
Royal Air Force Museum
|Venue name:||Royal Air Force Museum||Contact:|
Grahame Park Way
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm daily|
|Transport:||Tube: Colindale; Rail: Mill Hill Broadway|
|Price:||Free (a charge for parking applies: £2.50 up to 3 hrs; £3.50 3-6 hrs)|
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This museum, really does include a lot of history!! Wonderful place to look around, and the staff are very welcoming. The history of the war interests me, and I definitely learnt a lot in the 3 hours that I was there for!! Such an amazing museum!! Recommend definately
The RAF Museum is a great hit with our family of four (age range: 8-51 years old). It has something interesting for everyone - even a sophisticated art gallery for the more discerning and fantastic interactive exhibits for the children. There is a huge indoor picnic area and the museum is wonderfully child-friendly. We are extremely fortunate that many of London's great museums still offer free admission. We will definitely be back!