This really is the best museum I've visited - and if you're interested in the Battle of Britain, the planes of the Battle of Britain and more importantly the men who flew the planes, this is an absolute must - and the best value for money you'll find.
Well done to whoever has carried out the research - it's amazing that every fragment of plane has a story to tell, some sad, some not so, but everyone a tribute to the (mainly young) brave men. Not only that, having the accompanying photos of those pilots concerned is excellent. The Museum offers a balanced view. Volunteers are cheery, knowledgeable and very helpful.
There are many signs to say No cameras, No phones. What harm can a phone do? I couldn't see a problem. I had no intention of taking photos - I could understand the security problems, particularly as there had been 'thefts by photos' in the past. I didn't believe any phones could trigger the alarms - until my phone did. Needless to say, I was embarrassed. Apologies to the staff I didn't believe.
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