Started life as the Mosquito Museum and they have the original prototype 'Mossie' there. Also other Mossies and various other De Haviland aircraft. A very interesting museum
I took my grandson, he was enthralled, he got to sit in a fighter plane cockpit, the museum is much improved since my last visit, the restored Mosquito is a sight to see, a great way to spend a few hours
Museum is run by a host of really super friendly volunteers who are all exceptionally knowledgable. The planes themselves are well kept, although one or two could do with a bit of an airing (the furnishings are a bit damp and musty). Lots to do and see, would recommend 2-3 hours minimum to get around the place properly.
We fell upon this gem of an air museum from a road sign. We thought it would be a tiny museum but were so wrong. Full of information, great stewards, very hands on & bums in the cockpit stuff. We stayed for over 2 hours and very well spent it was too
Was very interesting aircraft history with lots of old planes on display along with there history. Many of which you can enter and sit in the cockpit. Also a good display of engines and parts. They have a great selection of books available in the main building. A must see for any aircraft enthusiast and military historian.
A lovely place to visit, very interesting and a good range of exhibits with three mosquito's. It was great to be able to climb aboard some of the exhibits
I've been putting off going here for a while as it's a long drive for me and I was worried that there might not be enough to see. How wrong was I; spent 3 hours here and absolutely loved it. Full of interesting exhibits and lots of aircraft to see. Some are parked outside and they're trying to raise money... 更多
Oh wow - three Mossies in one hangar!!!! Thanks to the skills and dedication of the volunteer force this time locked museum is bringing back to life some rare examples of aviation history. The volunteer stewards are only to keen to impart their knowledge to bring the exhibits to life. The atmosphere is of fifty years ago and time spent... 更多
A small museum but it's a little gem. There is a good selection of aircraft here to be seen with plenty of volunteers about to explain things. The star of the show has to be the Mosquito, they have three here on display showing the various canon and bombs it carried. There are quite a few other airliner bodies about... 更多
A really interesting place to visit in an apparently rural location. There are three Mosquito aircraft to see and a range of other aircraft and artifacts. The place is run by enthusiasts who are very friendly and keen to show and explain the exhibits. We had a great half day there and could have spent longer there if time had... 更多