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The Yorkshire Air Museum and Allied Air Forces Memorial is located on the outskirts of the City of York within easy reach of the City centre. The Museum welcomes family visitors, with lots of things to keep everyone in the family entertained. We are...more
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York Road | Elvington, York YO41 4AU, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago

My wife's father flew in Halifaxes during the war from nearby Pocklington, and we were here to get some sort of feel for his experiences. We had prebooked to tour the Halifax that they have restored here and because of the family connection, we were...More

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 5 days ago

This museum is fantastic not only for aircraft enthusiasts but for everyone. The staff were great, very friendly and went out of their way to speak to you about some of the planes such as the Victor Tanker which was used in the Falklands raid...More

Thank Lev1985
Reviewed 5 days ago

This appears to be a small air museum but we spent at least 3 hours wandering around. There is so much more than just aircraft to view. The Amy Johnson display was very interesting and that is only 1 of many displays and you have...More

Thank diatom3
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Visited here with our two dogs and it was very dog friendly. They were allowed in all the buildings except the shop & cafe. We were here for over two hours. The admission was £10pp. My husband loved the hanger with all the old planes....More

Thank H-DUFC
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arrived here at 15:00 today thinking that we would have 2 hours to look around until the museum closed at 17:00. Maybe not enough time to see everything comfortably but enough time to flit around and get an idea of the exhibits. To start...More

Thank JerseyGirl1981
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy to find and quick entry. Good price, too! £10 for adult and £8 for students. The guide book is handy and at only £1 is well worth it. Lots of places to park around the area - also designated Disabled spaces. Each building is...More

Thank Knightfamilyuk
Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyed a visit here recently. Vast amount of information and exhibits to absorb / view. " NAAFI " canteen served excellent food at lunchtime. Modest prices for a visitor attraction. 1940`s British aircrew may not have had the opportunity to try tasty beef chilli..!

Thank tobylerone
Reviewed 1 week ago

I decided that this museum would be an ideal visit for my husband after he had been looking at historical costumes with me! We both enjoyed wandering round looking at the exhibits, particularly as my husband was in the RAF for over twenty years. There...More

Thank Maggieanne49
Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved the museum, my husband is a war plane buff and really was excited to go. Two tips: do not go on a Sunday without a car. There is no bus and a taxi cost us a small fortune. A shuttle from town would really...More

Thank Sherry D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent a good three hours here and maybe longer. It is well laid out, and easy to find your way around.Very helpful volunteer staff to help with anything at all. The displays in the huts are well presented and informative. The aircraft are very...More

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Hi Matthew. We took the car, unfortunately I am not familiar with the public transport. Apologies for replying so late.
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We paid £8 each, which is the concession rate, good value for money
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