The Royal Air Force Museum found in Hendon presents one of the best exhibitions when it comes to the history of aviation and aircraft in the country. What is good with this museum is that the entry of the general public is totally free so any person can go even those travelers with a tight budget. On the other hand, people with London Pass can have some discount on the simulator ride and shopping. But this museum is open to the general public so people who are interested to aircraft and aviation will definitely find a good time here. With the more than 160 aircraft sandwiched between two London tourist spots, the Royal Air Force Museum is said to be one of the most excellent compilations that can be found in the world of armed aircraft as well as exceptional chance to come across the air force in the city of London. What is more, this is the best place where you can find the military accounts of the United Kingdom.
Royal Air Force Museum London
The Royal Air Force Museum London is not just exhibiting about written information and static displays. Travelers and visitors can really engage themselves with the exhibits inside this museum with hands-on interactive kiosks, a center and simulator rides. However, this requires a payment so travelers who want to enjoy such opportunities must carry with them extra money. Moreover, there is an extensive gift shop where you can buy souvenirs of your day. You can buy any of the finest collections about the air force in England. In addition, there are both outdoor and indoor picnic areas as well as a licensed restaurant where you can refresh your day. Traveling to this museum in London from central London is comparatively simple. You can reach there using all rail, London Underground or bus transport.
Grahame Park Way
Tel: 020 8205 2266
Daily: 10.00-18.00 (last admission 17.30)
Closed: 24th to 26th December, 1st January and 9th to 13th January