The Apache CaféNo Museum ticket needed to pop into this hidden gem
THE CAFE WILL CLOSE FOR REFURBISHMENT AT 1100HRS ON FRIDAY 21ST DECEMBER 2018. IT WILL REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MONDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2019.
The Apache Café is open daily and you do not need a Museum ticket to visit.
The Apache Café also has excellent views across the active Army Air Corps airfield adjacent to the Museum and on sunny days visitors can enjoy their meals on the balcony.
With plenty of free parking and a great location on the A343 between Andover and Salisbury, the Apache Café is a convenient place to visit for business meetings, morning coffee, lunch dates and afternoon tea. The Café also benefits from free Wifi.
You can also hire out the café for evening events. For more details, click here.
The Apache Café are pleased to offer serving members (and their families if serving member is present) 10% Military discount on their entire bill upon producing their MOD90 card at the café till. We would also like to extend this offer to Fire/Police/Ambulance services when in uniform.
Museum of Army Flying - Improvement of Café and Retail facilities
We have been fortunate, through the Loddon and Test Leader Funding programme, to secure funds from the European Agricultural Fund for refurbishment of the museum café kitchen and renewal of the Electronic Point of Sales (EPOS) equipment. The café will close on 21 December for refurbishment over January and reopen in February 2019.
Part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.