RAF Museum London
The Royal Air Force Museum is Britain’s only national museum dedicated wholly to aviation. With a world-class aircraft collection, integrated with special exhibitions, films, interactives, artwork, engines, missiles, photographs, uniforms, medals and research and education facilities, the Museum takes an innovative approach while keeping with tradition.
While offering an insight into aviation technology, it focuses on the people who made it possible – from daredevil early aviators, through wartime heroes, to the thousands of Service men and women whose contribution shaped the world we live in today.
Our London site is situated on what used to be RAF Hendon. It holds over 100 aircraft in five themed aircraft halls. Plan a day out to remember at the Royal Air Force Museum.
The Royal Air Force Museum London was the first Museum in the UK to be awarded the National Autistic Society’s ‘Autism Access Award’ for museums and galleries.
The award is given to organisations that are committed to being autism friendly and in the past has been awarded to government bodies. For the first time ever, it has now been bestowed to a Museum in recognition of its endeavours to ensure wider accessibility to visitors with autism.