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Excellent museum with so much crammed into one hanger and far more things of interest than expected, even including parts of a Polaris nuclear missile and a WW2 German bomb. Amazing to learn that the site was once Woodley Airfield and the home to a...More
Packed with aircraft, models and memorabilia dating from the time when aircraft were built on what is now a housing estate. Plenty of history, and worth visiting a second time to discover those items you missed. Great if you visit when the volunteer aircraft restorers...More
This museum may be small in footprint but it has a wealth of interesting exhibits and is staffed by very knowledgeable and passionate volunteers who are only too happy to show you around. Certainly you are well advised to have a volunteer show you around...More
Lots of information about Woodley before WW2 and the volunteers are very keen to give you information about the things in the museum, I took my young grandson and I think he was to young so I would go back on my own to take...More
Basically one large hanger-type building plus a couple of outdoor exhibits, including a Handley Page Herald - famous for Channel Islands services in the 1970's - pretty well complete which you can enter and see the cockpit as well as the interior. The main museum...More
The museum is just outside of Bracknell and not far from the M3 so is easy to find and well sign posted. Lost of parking nearby seems to be shared with people on the near by nature trails.
The entrance seems very new and has...More
Great little musuem run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers who can answer everything about the aircraft and local history of Woodley airfield. Adults and kids alike thoroughly enjoyed the hands on exhibits and going on board the BEA plane, helicopter and little trainer jet!
We visited on a freezing day in January. What a warm welcome from the volunteers running this small museum. All the volunteers we met during our visit were kind and helpful and very enthusiastic. It's a compact museum but lots to see. Going aboard the...More
A lot of Berkshires aviation history is locked into this museum. There are local buffs on site who guide you around so if you are a spotter you will be entertained. A lot of knowledge amongst those on site and Vera Lynn and her sister...More