Royal Air Force Museum, London

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Royal Air Force Museum, London - Address, Phone Number

Address: Grahame Park Way, London NW9 5LL, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2082052266

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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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.

Royal Air Force Museum Information

  • There’s a cafe here too.

Royal Air Force Museum Ticket Prices

  • Free entry

Royal Air Force Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last admission 5:30 pm.

How To reach Royal Air Force Museum by Public Transport

  • Bus: 303, 632, 642

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  • Brilliant place for the whole family - from the very young to the grandparents! The exhibition is well laid out with awe inspiring planes and huge amounts of information from the displays. Even very young children will enjoy just running around amongst the planes and helicopters. The kids area is tired and mostly out of order which is a real shame, but as the entrance is free you can't really complain. The cafe has a good selection of salads and sandwiches and good coffee.

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  • Very interesting museum. Has a large collection of mainly British built planes dating from early days to present. Also much history on war time. Allow yourself several hours to take it all in. Admission is free and there is a decent coffee bar with food also of course a big store. Enjoyable day.

  • A really Good place to visit, beautiful Lancaster as well as the many others. I have been going regularly for years, researching and as days out. My son loves it, all the aircraft and the way in which he can get a feeling of how big some are. It's a lovely experience with a nice little restaurant / cafe and a good shop. The staff have always been friendly and helpful.

  • Excellent for free admission parking on site pay and displays and its awesome the amount of history is on offer a lovely play area for the kids perfect to have a bite to eat also restaurants available. Overall family kids couples old young would enjoy visiting. Gift shop at the end happy days.

  • A must be place to visit while in England and near London. Wonderful place where you can see real planes from the WWI era through WWII Battle of Britain to jet planes. Plus great items in a shop which would be wonderful gifts for kids. I took jet pilot overalls (yes!) for my 9 year old and set of pencils with planes on the ends.

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