Royal Air Force Museum

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  • Address: Grahame Park Way, London NW9 5LL, United Kingdom
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-2082052266
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Family And Kids

Royal Air Force Museum - Review

The Royal Air Force Museum displays the history of aviation. The museum is home to the first balloon flight and the latest Eurofighter. You basically get an insight of how the aviation sector evolved with time. The royal air force museum also features an amusing sound and light show that narrates the battle of Britain. the exhibits are very well laid here. The museum is impressive and interesting and deserves a visit when in the city of London. Also, visit nearby attractions in the city which are covered in London itinerary 5 days.

Royal Air Force Museum Information

  • There’s a cafe here too.

Royal Air Force Museum Ticket Prices

  • Free entry

Royal Air Force Museum Hours

  • Last admission 5:30 pm.

How To reach Royal Air Force Museum by Public Transport

  • Bus: 303, 632, 642

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  • Royal Air Force Museum Address: Grahame Park Way, London NW9 5LL, United Kingdom
  • Royal Air Force Museum Contact Number: +44-2082052266
  • Royal Air Force Museum Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Royal Air Force Museum Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Royal Air Force Museum(preferred time): 12:00 pm - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Royal Air Force Museum: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 1.58% of people who visit London include Royal Air Force Museum in their plan

  • 45.65% of people start their Royal Air Force Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Royal Air Force Museum

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Royal Air Force Museum, London Reviews

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  • Fantastic day out. Lots to see. Lots informative information and very well laid out. Superb displays of aircraft from the beginning of flight until the most modern of aircraft. Excellent facilities there's plenty of places to get coffee and snacks and plenty of clean toilets. Very helpful staff who know what they're talking about. Would definitely recommend as a day out

  • We have a 2 year old and he had a great time at this museum. We joked that we were going because of daddy’s love of planes but this place is great for families and almost all of it is indoors. My wife loved it too. Just make sure and dedicate several hours as it is many separate buildings and hangars. There is nice places to grab drinks and food within the museum and access for most things isn’t an issue. Highly recommend!

  • Really impressed with changes to this great museum having been here numerous times in the last ten years mostly on rainy days. Sensibly laid out with really great hangers full of aircraft. The new WW1 hanger is evocative, beautifully presented and plenty of space to mingle between the crowds. Parking is now reduced...so be carefully on those rainy days and bring coins.

  • 1st time I've been back in a few years to this exhibition since it has been re-furbished. It was pretty good back then but now even better! More to see/watch and read about/interact with than before. New buildings are great,especially the WW1 section. Only negatives were; 1. Now you have to pay to park (but reasonable charges & main exhibitions are still free) 2. Children's interactive centre/play area neglected & has not changed in years & in fact has been left to literally fall apart! - half of the interactive displays are broken or falling apart! Otherwise a great day out for whole family!

  • Nice museum with planes, boats, magical history about RAF. Family & wheelchair &buggy friendly. You don’t need to pay the entrance, you pay parking £3 per 3 hours. There’s a contribution-but that’s up to you if & how much you pay. There are restaurant/snack places but you can also bring your own food. Must say it’s fairly pricey we paid for 4 bags of crisps £5. If you are bringing kids - you might want to bring some money for toy planes etc in the shop. Ultimately it’s up to you how much you spend - you only have to pay £3 for parking. There’s fun to be had the whole day long, loads to see, loads to do. Perfect for rainy days as it’s 90% under the roof but you need to walk from hangar to hangar so bring umbrella if it’s raining. There’s an outdoor play area too, it’s just been renewed. It’s a lovely place & we would be coming back. It does get very busy as it’s free.

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