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North Weald Airfield and Museum

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Attraction Information

North Weald Airfield was the famous Battle of Britain fighter base, RAF North Weald, near to the Essex town of Epping and easily accessible from London. The airfield is still very active, and on most summer week-ends visitors may see some of the veteran and classic aircraft based on the airfield, such as the Spitfire, Mustang, Invader, Vampire, Hunter, Dakotas, Yaks and Jet Provosts, land and take off.

The airfield also has a museum, and North Weald Airfield Museum is all about people. It's about the service personnel and civilians, who have lived, worked, flown, fought and died here since the airfield opened in 1916.

The museum sets out to tell their story of a famous airfield that has protected London during two world wars. The story is told in displays, with photographs, artefacts and personal memories.

Please note the limited opening times.

Opening hours

April - November
Saturday to Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Location

Address

Ad Astra House, 6 Hurricane Way,
North Weald Bassett,
Essex,
CM16 6AA,
England

Phone number

01992 523010

Pricing

General Admission
Adults from £2.00
Kids (5-18) from £0.50
Concessions from £1.50
Under 5's from Free

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