The Army Flying Museum is located at Middle Wallop Airfield, which is located near Stockbridge in the northwest part of Hampshire.
The vast collection of the museum contains archival materials produced by the British Army that cover more than a century's worth of aviation history. With more than 35 aircraft on display, the Museum is the greatest place to learn about the fascinating history of army aviation (both fixed-wing and rotary).
The British military's airborne forces have access to two enormous hangars for use during their deployments. From its early kite and balloon days in the late 1800s to its present day, the history of army aviation is represented by more than 35 different aircraft, including both aeroplanes and helicopters. The development of the British armed forces is made more understandable through the deployment of innovative displays that make effective use of interactive technology.
At the Museum, you may get the best view of these planes in operation from the Apache Café, which is located on the second floor. You won't have to shell out money to go into the museum in order to take advantage of this location's unique dining experience, which includes a view of the adjacent airfield. This restaurant is consistently busy, and for good reason: not only does it offer mouthwatering fare, but it also boasts a breathtaking panorama.
It is possible to obtain a bird's-eye view of these machines in action at the Museum's Apache Café, which is the greatest spot in town for doing so. This café with a view of the airfield is available every day and does not require separate admission to the museum. While you are there, you can enjoy your meal while watching planes take off and land. This restaurant is almost always completely full, and for good reason: not only does it provide mouthwatering fare, but it also boasts a breathtaking panorama.
The museum is now closed due to repairs, however it is anticipated that it will reopen to the general public in April of 2019. To ensure that you have a good time, all of the brand-new exhibitions, interactives, and audio-visual presentations will be accessible to you.
Visitors can take advantage of how easy it is to get to the museum as well as how affordable it is to enter. In addition, by donating to the museum through the Gift Aid programme, residents of the United Kingdom are eligible to receive free entry to museums for a whole year.
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Free admission is offered to:
Army Air Corps (plus their accompanying Spouse/Children)
Army Air Cadets (Army Air Corps Booking)
Serving British or Commonwealth Military personnel on production of an MOD 90 or equivalent ID Card
AAC Veterans with a AACVA Membership Card
Wheelchair pushers and carers of disabled people
Middle Wallop Membership cardholders
Children under 5