Museum of Army Flying
Great for day visits, trips or short breaks getting your day out off to a Flying Start!
The Museum of Army Flying tells the brave and heroic history and heritage of flying soldiers with over 35 historic aircraft on display, dioramas, exhibits and artefacts.
The Museum of Army Flying is on the A343 between Andover and Salisbury right alongside the Army Air Corps’ busy working airfield - so you can watch the everyday flying while you enjoy a picnic or a meal in the cafe.
The Museum of Army Flying features:
- The story of the Glider Pilot Regiment
- 1940’s House
- 2 Flight Simulators
- Rifle Ranges
- Childrens’ Play Area
- Picnic Space
- Gift Shop and Cinema
Licensed Café with fine Airfield Views
10am - 4.30pm except Christmas week, see website for details
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND
Senior and Student: £5
Group rates available, including group catering
- Toilet WC
- Picnic site
- Car parking
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area