RAF Museum due to reopen

RAF Museum welcomes back visitors to a great and safe day out!

Following recent advice, the RAF Museum is pleased to announce that they will be re-opening their doors to visitors on Monday 6 July.

With the health and safety of visitors and colleagues in mind, the museum will now be asking visitors to pre-book their arrival time online.  While still offering free entry to all, the new timed ticket approach will guarantee the space needed for a safe an enjoyable day out.

The RAF Museum is unique in terms of is size, offering wide open spaces – both inside and out, and a range of exhibits that will engage the whole family.  Both sites have large green spaces, ideal for a summer picnic and we are also offering take-away food from the  restaurants.

 Barry Smith, Director of Visitor & Commercial Development told us“We are incredibly happy to welcome our visitors back and have implemented a range of measures across both sites to ensure a safe and great day out for the whole family. Our friendly staff are also committed to creating a considerate and respectful environment for all our visitors. With our expansive spaces and engaging exhibits, we are the ideal day out for the summer.”

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