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All reviews battle of britain colindale station planes and helicopters cold war main halls shop area well stocked gift shop lots of interactive things free entry royal air force northern line red arrows half term great displays well laid out we spent hours member of staff
This was our second trip to the RAF museum Hendon and the first since the refurbishment.
To be fair it was a great museum before it was refurbished but now it’s an excellent day out.
There is plenty of parking there, just remember to bring...More
What changes have been made since my last visit, years ago... Thanks to additional funding, especially from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the museum has had a complete revamp and is a wonderful place to visit, both for avid enthusiasts, for historians or just for families...More
The museum is free to enter you just pay maximum £4 for parking lots of airplanes to see and plenty for kids to do there are a couple of coffee and snack bars onsite and a restaurant rain or shine it’s a great day out
This was an ok place to visit if you're a bit of a plane spotter I suppose. The planes were quite interesting but for the other half he found it a little disappointing as some exhibits have disappeared since a visit last year. The Battle...More
Located on the former Hendon Airfield, 45 min away from Piccadilly Circus, the first 100 years of brave RAF history is unfolded there on five buildings and hangars.
At the entrance a Hurricane and by the end of the parking, a Spitfire are displayed at...More
Spent a full day here with family. There is so much to see and do. Loved all the interactive exhibits. Great hearty food in the cafeteria. We overheard lots of people compliment the staff on the food. The shop was good but quite pricey in...More
This can be a visit for all, families, adults, people with mobility issues as wheelchairs, tricycles available - a place of education, with indoor/outdoor space and plenty of opportunity to observe, learn and admire the inventions and the usage of such complicated aircrafts by real...More
I had visited this museum 6 years ago (when parking was free)and would have given it a 5 star rating, this year with the RAF 100 year anniversary and hearing about all the new layouts I was really looking forward to visiting it.
Absolutely brilliant! !!!!!!
Me and my son on a lad and dad day out.
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit and it was much lager than we expected AND IT'S FREE TO GET IN! !!!!!
Pay for parking and make a donation. ... easy ,
Response from MummyKnitter | Reviewed this property |
Yes but you’d do best to contact them first
They have a picnic area inside but you might not be popular taking it over
You should contact the venue direct- trip adviser isn’t the best way to answer booking type questions