A young developing museum staffed entirely by enthusiastic knowledgeable volunteers many of whom have direct links with Boscombe Down which has been at the fore front of Britain's aviation advancements since it's creation in 1917. The museum focuses on some of the greatest leaps in aviation history - the jet age. They operate a friendly hands on approach allowing visitors to clamber in and out of jet cockpits to get a feel for what it was like to be a pilot flying these machines.
The museum can be found alongside Old Sarum airfield a short drive off the A345 Salisbury - Amesbury road.
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