Army Flying Museum
Immerse yourself in the fascinating story of British Army flying by visiting one of the Test Valley’s hidden gems. The Army Flying Museum sits adjacent to the Army Air Corps Airfield at Middle Wallop, near Stockbridge, and offers access and affordability to visitors; pay for admission once, and you will receive free entry to the Museum for a year.
Two large hangars house the impressive journey of British soldiers in the air from the pioneering days of balloons and kites to the Glider Pilot Regiment landing at Arnhem, right through to modern helicopter operations.
With lots of interactive exhibits, family trails, soft play and outdoor play park, the Museum is not just for enthusiasts, but has something to appeal to all ages.
The Apache cafe overlooks the adjacent airfield, so visitors are often lucky to see an Apache helicopter thundering by.
The Museum also hosts a wide range of events, school holiday activities, fairs and trade shows
The Army Flying Museum is open daily from 10am to 4.30pm (5.30pm July and August). The Museum is easily accessible from the M3 and A303 on the A343 between Salisbury and Andover.
Prices are £16 Adults, £12 Seniors and Students and £9.50 for children. Under 5's go free
Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, SO20 8FB, Hampshire SO20 8FB