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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Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus: A life of a Pioneering Aviator

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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. Mon Dec 22 – Fri Sep 11 2015
  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!