Every Wednesday during term time we are offering 'Senior Specials*', which consists of a tea or filter coffee, as well as Museum entry for just £12.
The Museum tells the story of British Army aviation, in two large, easily accessible, hangars, from the pioneering days of balloons and kites right through to the modern chapter of helicopter operations.
Often likened to the Tardis, visitors are frequently met with surprise at the volume of artefacts, medals and over thirty five fixed wing and rotary aircraft.
There is also the very popular 1940s house exhibit, which offers a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
For front row seats of aircraft in action, the Museum’s Apache Café is an excellent spot to enjoy a bite to eat or drink, whilst admiring all manner of AAC Aircraft.
The Museum has accessible toilets in each hangar and a lift for ease of movement between its two floors.
For more information about Museum accessibility click here
*Seniors are 65+