Come rain (for us) or shine a great place to spend a good few hours of history. 4 halls are set out well, no overcrowding of exhibits, and easy to follow boards which tell the history of “sailors who fly” who with the army corps of flyers made up the airforc prior to the formation of the RAF. Interactive “carrier” experience was enjoyed by children and the whole museum is user friendly for wheelchairs and buggies. Like aircraft? Like the museum!
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