This is a real gem for those who enjoy the more vintage aeroplanes of our time. It has a number of Gloster Meteors, a Javlin, a Gamecock and number of other interesting displays. Although it is small and there are only few planes in the museum with a few more static displays outside, the enthusiasm of the volunteers to help you and explain some of the details and history really make this a great place to visit.
Although we didn't use it, there is a café in the museum with seating for about 20 or so and appeared to be very clean and welcoming.
Again, we didn't have time to look in it but there is a Vulcan cockpit which you can go inside. No worries, we will do that next time as admission is free!
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