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Alan Coventry

Had an excellent tour of the museum Sunday morning staff a little sparse (it was early)lol Staff... read more

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Alan T
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Weekend away

Promised my wife a weekend away and went to squeeze in a visit to the museum was sure she would... read more

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All reviews vulcan bomber jet engine on display aviation history model aircraft sea vixen model shop well stocked shop coventry airport run by volunteers well worth a visit interesting collection entry fee few hours guided tour lovely staff worth a trip
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Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

Short review here. It’s simple, if you like aircraft and are near by, Go to this museum, it’s one of the friendliest I have ever come across.

Thank Alex B
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Reviewed 16 May 2018

First off, you really have to love aircraft to visit, I do, and I love to converse with people that know their aircraft, but I especially like the Avro Vulcan, and such a nice guy, let me inside the Vulcans cockpit and he was full of useful information and certainly knew his stuff, if you have a few hours to kill, this is a great place to visit if your in the Coventry area.

1  Thank GuerrillaStar
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Reviewed 9 May 2018

A really good range of aircraft and engines on display. For me the highlight was the chance to see the remains of airframe of the Flettner Colibri, a German WW2 intermeshing rotor helicopter. Being able to go into the B2 Vulcan was also quite an experience. You need to allow a few hours to look round. Shame that some of the exhibits are virtually hidden, but it is tight on space.

Thank EssexRocks317
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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

We visited here at the weekend and it was very interesting. Very informative staff. Lots of interesting planes to see. Would recommend visiting

Thank Bubblesjb
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Had not been for a few years so decided to give it a try with a 2 year old enthusiast. Paid £7.00 with the little one foc. A lot to see and explore if the weather is good and several cockpits open that day with great informative staff willing to answer any questions. Will return in the summer with a picnic as several places to sit outside. Good well stocked shop full of aviation material.

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