Popularly known as the Mosquito Museum, it is a bit more than that as its official title "de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre" suggests.
For those who have any interest in the nuts and bolts of de Havilland aircraft, this is a place you must go to. It's not a smooth, polished, consumer-oriented place like Duxford or Hendon but a workplace with stuff to see and handle.
Yes, unlike most museums, you can pick up a piece of fuselage or engine part from a workbench, feel its weight, and have a chat about it with the bloke working on it. There are some interesting preserved aircraft, notably the only autogiro that de Havilland made. Other aircraft are in the open and suffering a bit. But the doors of aircraft like the Heron, Dove, Horsa glider are open. Climb inside. Sit on the seats.
There are lots of informative panels describing the developments and personalities. There are loads of model aircraft too.
There is a book shop and some days you can get a cup of tea and sit in the picnic area. There are toilets and car parks. The approach is along a single track roadway from the B556, Ridge Hill and 300 metres from M25, J22. There are brown tourist signs marking the place but it is still easy to miss the narrow entrance.
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