For this Easter family event The Royal Air Force Museum looks back to Good Friday 1949, when the Berlin Airlift reached its height and more than 400,821 tonnes of food, coal and supplies were carried by over 689 aircraft, including RAF aircraft to the city, which had been cut off from the rest of the world by Russia. Families can make a parachute and origami supply box – then drop supplies from a height. All materials are included.
|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)|