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All reviews vulcan bomber jet engine on display aviation history model aircraft sea vixen model shop well stocked shop coventry airport run by volunteers well worth a visit interesting collection entry fee few hours guided tour lovely staff worth a trip
Had an excellent tour of the museum Sunday morning staff a little sparse (it was early)lol Staff that were there were very knowledgeable and keen to tell you anything you need to know Amazing to see how little space there is in the cockpit of...More
Promised my wife a weekend away and went to squeeze in a visit to the museum was sure she would hate it as it’s not her thing but we had an amazing time the staff couldn’t have been more helpful and went out of their...More
The family; 2 OAPs, me, and two young adults went yesterday. If it hadn't been for my uncle Ted looking for the nose of a particular Shackleton in which he had nearly crash landed, with payload, on Gibraltar in 1960, we may have never found...More
Some people say that the cost of entry is too high, but remember that maintaining this museum costs a fair penny no doubt. I came here as my husband insisted that he see the Vulcan airplane which he heard about from a friend. There were...More
I had a few hours to spare in Coventry so headed to the air museum. Very easy to find and plenty of signs. The first thing you notice is a Vulcan looking over a hedge at you. As you enter there is a great section...More
This is a wondeful facility at a very reasonable price. There is lots to see and enjoy-something for everyone. We really anjoyed it but unfortunately were short of time and rushed it a bit. Woud definately go again.
I liked the midland air museum, if you like planes then you need to go here. There are lots of different types of aircraft's and you even get to sit inside some of them. It has everything from aircraft machinery to models and clothing. Very...More
If you are interested in Aircraft this is the place to go, they have a very good and varied selection of aircraft, the star is for me is the Vulcan but also many other interesting planes. I also liked the Sir Frank Whittle exhibition.
If you are anywhere near Coventry you should not miss this great collection of military aircraft. There is a good part dedicated to Sir Frank Whittle’s contribution to the invention of the jet engine.
The highlights were sitting in the navigator’s seat of an Avro...More
I went with my father, wasn't free. There are a few concessions but none are free. From what I remember access was OK although outside on the grassy area was uneven. Best bet would be to phone and talk to them