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We are an aviation museum dedicated to preserving and displaying the aviation history of South Yorkshire and other areas. The museum is run by volunteers and is a Registered Charity. The Museum is suitable and interesting for all ages groups and...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Airbourne Road Dakota Way, Doncaster DN4 7NW, England
All reviews open cockpit engine room flying machines morse code interesting exhibits on display falklands war run by volunteers well stocked shop hot and cold drinks flight simulator few hours couple of hours afternoon visit every corner small cafe under cover
Brilliant museum with loads of great exhibits and all are in great condition and with aircraft constantly being restored. The Falklands exhibit is brilliant and some very interesting stories around the aircraft. Highlight for me as the P1127(RAF) and the GR3 Harrier as harrier fan....More
God this place brings back decades of memories.
These volunteers have brought together a vast collection of aviation history in to a small area and what remains of an historical airfield and RAF station, now largely unrecognisable.
A fantastic 2 hours and the volunteers are...More
We decided to go at the last minute this Saturday. Found it on trip advisor with the good reviews. Fantastic experience. Managed to sit in the Vulcan for a short tour which was a highlight, the volunteers at this part were very good. The rest...More
We visited with two kids (10 & 8) and my mum (OAP). It’s an excellent, really well stocked museum with something for everyone. There were plenty of staff around that were all highly knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic. The information boards, displays and exhibits were in...More
Stopped for a look round on our way home, friendly atmosphere from the outset, some great exhibits especially the some of the helicopters that we used during the Falkland conflict. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
Had an excellent visit with my boy, just the two of us so I didn't get quite enough time to read all (*any!*) of the many information boards. This place is packed, lost of stuff in quite a small area. For adults I would say...More
We threaded our way through the industrial estate and then the wooded bit and found this gem whilst Storm Ali raged. It’s an open site with hangers and make shift buildings that held fast, if with some drips. Drinks and cakes/chocolates and tables to sit...More
I have wanted to visit here for some time, the guy in the office/shop told us the background of the museum and it was very interesting, but once inside there was nobody to help, just lots of exhibits with volumes of notes to read, it...More
Visited today with my helicopter mad three year old son. The staff were very helpful and told us where we could find everything and then we wandered around for a good couple of hours.
The place is packed to the rafters with exhibits, it’s absolutely...More
Your son would love it, you can even climb into some of the wreckages and into the cockpit of others my son what about 3 when we 1st took him and he always asks to go again whenever we are going close to Doncaster.