Museum of Army Flying
The Museum of Army Flying is situated right next to a busy working airfield, and has over 35 historic aircraft on display, including gliders, helicopters, aeroplanes and experimental flying machines.
Kids may be more interested in the fossil collection, which includes an icthyosaur vertebra, sea urchines, and ammonite fragments, all found locally. And of course, there's a cafe...
Address: Army Flying Museum, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20 8DY
Telephone: 01264 781086
Email: Send email
Website: Museum of Army Flying
Directions from A303: Exit on A3057 heading towards Romsey. When you meet the A30, follow signs to Stockbridge, then Middle Wallop.
Admission times: Daily, 10am-4.30pm, last admission 4pm.
Admission charges: See website for details.
Baby changing facilities: Yes
Accessibility: The museum has disabled parking spaces adjacent to the Museum entrance and all parts of the Museum are fully wheelchair accessible (they also have a wheelchair that can be borrowed by visitors if required). There are two accessible toilets. Carers and wheelchair pushers are admitted free of charge.
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