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The Avro Heritage Museum is located in Woodford, Greater Manchester. It opened on 13 November 2015 and is located at the former Woodford Aerodrome.
It has five rooms containing displays and photos about AVRO, including models of aircraft designs. It also has an archive, as...More
A group of twelve friends visited the museum in early November. It was easy to organise, and we were very pleasantly surprised by the welcome, the organisation, and the quality of the exhibits. We chose , as part of the visit, to view the Lancaster...More
This was a fabulous day out, but there was an aviation event on so it was probably not representative of the normal experience.
However the museum is really interesting and there are various exhibits such as aircraft cockpits that you can (under supervision) get inside....More
I organised a group visit for my car club two years ago and it was so popular I had to run a second visit the following week. Since then My husband and I returned for the Air Show this summer and there are even more...More
Beware when using Sat Nav from the bypass, just head for Woodford and it's by the garden centre and next door to the new Redrow estate. Take a fairly long drive down the disused runway and you arrive at the modern building with the flags...More
Love this museum, I have visited 4 times, twice for general visits and twice to event days, the chance to sit in a vulcan cockpit is something not to be missed, there are several other cockpits to sit in now, that I have yet to...More
Well appointed small aeroplane museum with excellent displays. Beautifil whitr Vulcan outside. Its awkward to get to as the council is digging all the local roads up and ther aerodrome is a massive housing estate being built. The museum staff arebrilliant. The builders are foul.
Been planning to visit this place for Years (Never got round to it).
So on a Spare of the Minute decision My Wife, Niece & Myself went.
FABULOUS is one of many Words that describes this Brilliant place.
I’m not that much into this sort...More
My partner and I visited here as he loves WW2 planes, especially the Vulcan. But I was surprised to actually enjoy it too. The enthusiasm, knowledge and passion of every staff member was outstanding. As they are all volunteers you can tell they truly want...More
Yes, it’s still open but does not open on Mondays. The public days are Friday Saturday and Sunday. If you become a member of the museum you have the options of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday as well. Those days are less... More
Yes, it’s still open but does not open on Mondays. The public days are Friday Saturday and Sunday. If you become a member of the museum you have the options of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday as well. Those days are less busy. On normal public days closing is at 4 o’clock so you have to get in about 3:30 pm