Royal Air Force Museum


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Venue details

  • Address:

    Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way
    NW9 5LL

  • Venue phone:

    020 8205 2266

  • Venue website:

  • 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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What's on at Royal Air Force Museum



First World War Airfix Make and Take

Things to do, Kids' activities

Making your very own tiny model of a plane using just glue, paint and loads of tiny bits of plastic takes a good wedge of concentration, but the Royal Air Force Museum is here to help you get through it. These workshops, suitable for ages seven and over,...

First World War Airfix Make and Take
  1. Mon Feb 16 – Fri Feb 20
  2. Royal Air Force Museum
  3. £3 per Airfix kit
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Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus: A life of a Pioneering Aviator

Things to do

You could say 1926 was a good year for Alan Cobham: not only was he the first person to fly from London to Cape Town and back, he also became the first to make the return journey to Australia in a plane, earning himself the Air Force Cross and a knighthood...

Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus: A life of a Pioneering Aviator
  1. Until Fri Sep 11
  2. Royal Air Force Museum
  3. Free
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George. A

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

Bil Tennyson

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!