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The only Allied Forces memorial in Europe, Yorkshire Air Museum is supported by over 4,000 registered friends of the museum from around the world. The museum aims to educate and preserve the history of flight. Visit the collection of over 50 aircraft from around the world, including machines from as far back as 1853 and as modern as the GR4 Tornado. The museum's site covers over 2.8 hectares (7 acres) of managed landscape, part of a sustainability program called the "Nature of Flight." This large area is used on "Thunder Days" to demonstrate maneuvers with still-operating aircraft. You'll find a printable map of the museum's acreage on its website. Put Yorkshire Air Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our York travel itinerary planner.
Yorkshire Air Museum reviews
Visited for the first time today with my 2 boys, had a fantastic time. Lovely helpful staff, lots to see, the Halifax gave me chills thinking about what it (and the crews) had been through. Looking...
Visited for the first time today with my 2 boys, had a fantastic time. Lovely helpful staff, lots to see, the Halifax gave me chills thinking about what it (and the crews) had been through. Looking... more »
This has been on my list to visit - we went last weekend. An interesting collection of aircraft, both outside and in hangars. A lot of other exhibits to see. The NAAFI restaurant was serving hot...
This has been on my list to visit - we went last weekend. An interesting collection of aircraft, both outside and in hangars. A lot of other exhibits to see. The NAAFI restaurant was serving hot... more »
We have visited multiple times with our two young boys. It’s a great place to visit and has lots to entertain vehicle obsessed children. We last visited on the Emergency Services Day, this was...
We have visited multiple times with our two young boys. It’s a great place to visit and has lots to entertain vehicle obsessed children. We last visited on the Emergency Services Day, this was... more »
I've been past it many times when racing on the air strip but never had time to visit. It was a great 3 hours looking around. Very good display of planes. A lot bigger than I thought. Had a very nice reasonably priced meal and drink in the cafe. Places like this need supporting so the memories keep being remembered. I will definitely visit again. The entry price is a year long re visit ticket.
Picked up a leaflet about this place so decided to visit. Brought our 3 year old plus 2 dogs and had a lovely time. Our little one loved that he could go into various planes. Good exhibits and we all enjoyed ourselves immensely. The dogs were excited to sniff everything on site.
Fabulous museum based at a WW2 free french bomber station. Great collection of aircraft and other displays in original RAF buildings and rebuilt hangars. Naafi was very good with reasonable prices. Lovely original control tower. Some vehicles to add to the interest too. Give yourself a full day to get around
Really enjoyed my visit today. Particularly happy that dogs were welcomed and allowed almost everywhere. Lots of planes and other vehicles. Reasonably priced cafe and gift shop. Made a couple of advance Christmas present purchases. Very informative to know a bit about the history of every plane/vehicle. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. Also two lovely memorial gardens lots of other displays/exhibits including a series of film to mark the 40th anniversary of the Falklands. We had a great day and only left because it was closing! Another bonus is tickets allow reentry another day!
Brilliant afternoon here, plenty of free parking, great disabled access and plenty of benches to rest, which I needed. Entry ticket lasts 12months which is a fab deal. Cafe ok but a tad expensive however the cake was lovely and it was an escape from the sun. There are toilets in both the cafe and the adjacent hut and disabled ones too along with baby changer unit. Only lose 1* as no aviation bookmarks in gift shop and although good seats outside, none inside the huts, so I struggled to stand to read the information boards as needed the seats and wouldn't have been great if raining either, luckily it wasn't on our visit. So please YAM consider the odd chair indoors for disabled, thank you, Otherwise very good.
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