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Royal Air Force Museum London
Royal Air Force Museum London

Royal Air Force Museum London

Free admission
Grahame Park Way, London, United Kingdom, NW9 5LL

The Basics

The RAF Museum London comprises several main areas: historic hangars, one of which houses the First World War in the Air exhibit (in the Grahame White Aircraft Factory); Bomber Command Hall; and new galleries celebrating the RAF’s centenary. Many visitors come for the aircraft and Eurofighter Typhoon flight simulators, the flying experiences in the 4D theater, and the very popular Spitfire Mk XVI cockpit tour.

Some hop-on hop-off bus tickets and other tours include entrance to the museum.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The RAF Museum London is a must for lovers of WWI, aviation, and military history.

  • Admission to the museum is free, though some experiences require a fee.

  • There is an on-site café, and an outdoor picnic space and playground.

  • Baby-changing facilities are available.

  • The museum is fully accessible to wheelchair users. It also offers a downloadable autism-friendly trail.

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How to Get There

The museum is about 30 minutes from central London by Tube. Alternatively, take bus 303 from the Colindale Underground station. If driving, the museum is 10 minutes from Junction 4 of the M1; there is paid parking on-site.

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When to Get There

The Royal Air Force Museum London is open from 10am to 5pm November to February and 10am to 6pm March to April, with seasonal events throughout the year. The picnic area and playground are best enjoyed in the spring and summer months. The museum can be especially busy during British school holidays.

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Little Swifts

The Royal Air Force London is a family-friendly venue with an outdoor aeronautical-themed playground and a program designed especially for preschool-aged children (2 to 5 years) that includes games, arts and crafts, songs, and stories. Check the website for session times and to book in advance.

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