New Online Exhibition: Operation VARSITY 75th anniversary

The Collection

Get close to the story of Army Flying

The Museum holds an extensive collection charting over 100 years of the British Army in the air. With over 35 fixed wing and rotary aircraft on display, the Museum is the perfect place to explore the fascinating history of army aviation.

Everything you need to know before your visit.

We are ready to welcome you back from Monday 13th July!

The Museum has implemented many changes to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible. Please be aware that it is essential to pre-book online before you visit, even if you qualify for free entry. Click on the link below to find out about all the changes we've made to ensure we conform to the latest Government and industry Covid-19 guidelines.

Following recent Government guidelines, from Saturday 8th August we now ask that our visitors wear a face mask when visiting the Museum, Museum's shop and Apache Cafe - Masks available in the shop for a small donation.

We can't wait to see you!

Plan your visit.

The Apache Cafe

Open daily from 9am to 4pm

The Apache Café is open daily from 9am to 4pm and you do not need a Museum ticket to visit. The Café serves a grab and go menu to keep dwell times to a minimum and help maintain social distancing.


The Memorial

Project Eagle Phase 1

To mark the 60th anniversary of the Army Air Corps the Museum commissioned and opened a Memorial at the Museum to the 5,127 soldiers who had died in the service of the British Army Flying.

The names of all those listed on The Memorial are in the online Memorial book. 


Take away your piece of the story

The Museum shop is a one-stop-shop for any aviation enthusiast and also stocks official Army Air Corps uniform accessories. A range of items can be seen and purchased online, along with admission and event tickets. Our new online shop also allows you to pay with a credit or debit card as well as accepting PayPal.

Visit the shop and find the perfect gift