‘Fun For The Whole Family’
Museum Will Re-Open to Visitors Friday 4th December
Please be aware that face masks are required when visiting the museum, social distancing guidelines must be adhered to and some exhibits may have limited access due to Covid 19 compliance.
Please note winter open times now in operation
Winter opening times (November – March inc)
Fri,Sat,Sun 09:30 to 16:00; last entry 15:00.
Summer opening times (April – October inc)
Fri,Sat,Sun 09:30 to 17:00; last entry 16:00.
Children (5-14) £2.50
Under 5 Free
Unlimited entry annual memberships are available, click HERE to download an application form.
Visits for groups etc outside of these times may be arranged, please contact the museum for details. We do not ask for a donation from youth and education groups, although any donation offered is gratefully received.
Our new building is currently progressing nicely and is virtually finished giving us new workshop facilities and allowing us to provide conference and meeting rooms for private bookings or parties. Due to Covid-19 opening of conference and meeting facilities have been delayed but if these facilities would be of interest to you then please do let us know via our contact us page.
Uncover the aircraft from Post war to Cold war
This Aviation Museum has a unique collection of British aircraft from the “golden age” of British aircraft manufacture. From the end of WWII until the 1970’s British aircraft designers produced some of the most innovative and advanced aircraft of the day. From post war to cold war, this museum clearly shows that timeline in aviation terms.
In this collection there are examples from the major manufacturers of this period.
Among the list are classic names such as Avro, Hawker, Gloster, De Havilland, English Electric, Blackburn and Percival.
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If you are travelling by road then follow the A23 towards Gatwick until you see signs for Charlwood Village. For satellite navigation our postcode is RH6 0BT.
If travelling by bus then a local timetable can be viewed HERE.
Taxis are available from all local train stations including Gatwick airport and most local companies know exactly where we are.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Dogs Allowed at the museum?
Dogs are welcome at the museum but must be kept under control at all times and on a lead within the museum building. Please ensure you clean up after your dog.
What about scouts or educational visits?
Visits for groups etc outside of standard opening times may be arranged, please contact the museum for details. We do not ask for a donation from youth and education groups, although any donation offered is gratefully received.
Can i bring a group or make a party booking?
Visits for groups etc outside of our standard opening times may be arranged, please contact the museum for details. We do not ask for a donation from youth and education groups, although any donation offered is gratefully received.
is there a cafeteria on site?
At present our catering facilities are limited but a selection of hot drinks, snackbars and ice-creams are available from our shop.