Royal Air Force Museum

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  • Address:

    Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way
    London
    NW9 5LL

  • Venue phone:

    020 8205 2266

  • Venue website:

    www.rafmuseum.org

  • 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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Bonham's Classic Car Auction

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On Monday April 28 the Royal Air Force Museum will host an auction of collector's motorcars and automobilia. Prospective buyers and motor-heads will be able to visit the museum and view the lots on the weekend before the auction. There’s all sorts for...

  1. Sat Apr 26 – Mon Apr 28
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
  3. Free
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IPMS Hendon Model Show

Military and maritime, Specialist interest, Things to do

  • Free

Marvel at a vast range of aircraft on a very manageable scale at 2014's Hendon Models Show, which is now in its sixth year. More than 40 exhibitiors will create displays from static models of every sort, many of which inspired by this year's theme: the...

  1. Sun May 11
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
  3. Free
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Model Futures: Creating Science Fiction Worlds in Miniature for Film and TV

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Talks and presentations from industry insiders revealing some of the secrets behind this highly skilled form of movie magic. See how the Thunderbirds episodes were created, hear about the work of artist and designer Mike Trim and learn about 50 years...

  1. Sun May 11
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
  3. £7
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Outfits Throughout the Ages

Things to do, Kids' activities

Try on original pilot's helmet, goggles or flying jacket at the Royal Air Force Museum's handling collection. These drop-in dress-up sessions are free and will take place from 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm daily.

  1. Mon May 26 – Fri May 30
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
  3. Free
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Museums at Night 2014: Public Service Broadcasting

Cabaret and standards, Alternative rock, Clubs, Alternative nightlife, Things to do, Swing

  • Critics' choice

As part of the nationwide Museums At Night festival, London two-piece Public Service Broadcasting play three nights at the RAF Museum in Hendon. Their sample-heavy soundscapes use live guitar and drums, and sometimes piano and banjo, alongside vocal tracks...

Museums at Night 2014: Public Service Broadcasting
  1. Thu May 15 – Sat May 17
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
  3. £28 adv
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RAF Photographer of the Year

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  • Free

Celebrating the achievements of Royal Air Force photographers with the winning entries to this year's annual RAF photographic competition. Images reflect the breadth of service life, from pictures of high tech, state-of-the-art equipment, to others capturing...

RAF Photographer of the Year
  1. Sat Apr 19 – Mon Apr 28
  2. Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL
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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!