The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is oldest aviation museum in the UK dedicated to the preservation and display of de Havilland Aircraft. The de Havilland Aircraft Company played an important role in the history of aircraft development in 20th century Britain. The de Havilland company created world beating aeronautical innovations including many iconic aircraft such as the de Havilland Mosquito – “The Wooden Wonder”, the Comet – the world’s first jet airliner, the Tiger Moth – the “backbone “of the RAF’s training aircraft in WWII and the Airspeed Horsa Glider – used extensively by our airborne troops in 1944 during D-Day, Arnhem and the Rhine crossing.
We are a “working museum” where we actively restore de Havilland Aircraft so you are likely to see our volunteers at work, who are always willing to answer your questions.
The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is mostly staffed by unpaid volunteers who perform a wide range of tasks according to their skills.
Opening times Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays 10.30-17.00hrs (last entry to Museum at 16.00hrs). 2017 Admission Charges Adult – £10* Seniors – £8* Child (5-16) – £6* Family – £25* Adult – £9.00 Seniors – £7.25 Child – £5.45 Family – £22.70 Season Ticket Adult – £25* Senior – £18* Child – £15* Family – £50* Adult – £22.70 Senior – £16.30 Child – £13.60 Family – £45.45 We accept the following credit cards – VISA, MasterCard, D
Salisbury Hall Hertfordshire AL2 1BU
Sunday 7 May 2017 to Wednesday 5 Jul 2017