Had planned to visit the Hurricane and Spitfire Museum but this was closed over the Xmas holidays but lucky for us this museum was open. Our son loved walking around with the up close views of the displays, especially the out door exhibits. Small entry fee but well worth the price.
Was surprised by the collection of items in this museum. Well worth a visit but allow plenty of time which is something I didn't
it was very informative place with old planes spitfires,old costumes,books,things that belonged to people that was in the raf.there was a coffee shop,also a shop where you could by things it is well worth going round
This museum shares a site with The Hurricane and Spitfire Museum. We thought the Hurricane museum would be more interesting so visited there first in case we ran out of steam but in fact there is plenty in here to see and enjoy. Whilst the Hurricane museum is free and relies on donations, there is an entry fee for this... 更多
Arranged to hand over a tin of 100 negatives of photos taken by my late father in Rhodesia ww2 Raf Air training cmd. This was my first visit here but had been several times to the memorial museum adjacent on same site.. Very impressive and a lot of hard work put in by volunteers. Wonderful display of many old aircraft,... 更多
This RAF museum is a real delight tucked away up at Thanet. Took my grandson and we enjoyed this so much. Lots to see. If you like planes go and check it out. Small cafe on site as well.
As I'm doing a history project in my English lessons at school,I thought that this attraction might be worth a visit. The admission was great value for money and there is plenty of air-crafts to see and inspire you. This attraction is split into two halls and there is a shop that sells greeting cards/retro style postcards,Airfix kits and models... 更多
Happened to be passing and popped in. At £2 for an adult ticket it was great value. Lots of interesting exhibits tracing the history of Manston. Saw an old Mk3 gilder that I used to get flights in when I was an air cadet, a chipmunk to. If you are in the area and have an interest in aviation I'd... 更多
Lots to see , not only to show the areoplanes and equiptment but also depicting life as it was for the aircrews and also the villagers who lived through this terrible time.
All ages can enjoy this museum, centred round two halls, one with a Hurrican, and the other with a Spitfire as the centre pieces. Around the edges are cabinets full of interesting memorability, which you can study, glance at or skip completely. There are several items for sale, nearly all relevant in some way or other, and a most excellent... 更多