We visited Duxford for the 75th Anniversary of the Spitfire Air show on the 3rd and 4th September and had a fantastic time. Despite heavy rain on the Sunday the flying on both days was exciting and varied with a great mixture of planes flying. Although the highlight was watching 7 spitfires soar across the sky we also saw planes from the pre war 30's right up to the current F-15 Strike Eagle and Apache helicopter flying. The museum itself has huge a collection of aircraft, military vehicles and equipment from the First World War onwards and you can even see aircraft being restored or repaired at close quarters. All in all a superb place to visit for a great day (or two) out.
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