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All reviews spitfire simulator local history white waltham interesting artifacts on display war effort lovely hour human stories small museum tower bridge the real thing enthusiastic staff feel very welcome little gem two hours the ground floor my son
... Warning though, for space limitations often mean that exhibits are for those who’re enthusiastic enough to have some background knowledge. ‘Outsiders’ like you would therefore have some hard time making sense of proper nouns and micro histories and whatever narratives that’s supposed to be...More
An amazing little museum. Travelled to see the ATA museum and wasn’t disappointed in the slightest. This small museum has been set up by a small group of enthusiasts and volunteers. This vital part of our history has been beautifully preserved so the women and...More
The Heritage Centre is a small local museum in two parts. On the ground floor there is variety of exhibits of local interest but - perhaps because we don't live locally - we didn't find a lot to interest us here, but that's not to...More
Had a lovely time at the Heritage Centre. Welcoming and very knowledgable staff. The ATA exhibition was very informative and had lots of interesting artifacts. The spitfire simulator was great fun. The exhibition and pictures of Maidenhead downstairs were informative and interesting. I have lots...More
I visited this little museum after having been bought a Spitfire simulator voucher as a present.
Luckily there is a car park adjacent to the Museum (go past the Museum and turn right). I would advise being there perhaps 10-15 minutes early as registration does...More
It was a pleasure meeting the staff at the Heritage Centre - they made our visit so enjoyable!
The Spitfire Simulator was a great experience - definitely one to be recommended.
We look forward to our next visit!
We visited on 17 May 2018. Fantastic staff who were well informed . The exhibits were so interesting with great human stories. Spitfire Simulator was the highlight of the visit for my husband, Tony who is a pilot.
Note for the powers that be -...More
Response from Richard P | Property representative |
Hi, so sorry that your question seemed to have slipped through the net. Our usual Trip advisor person has been off sick for the past few months. Anyway, it is absolutely free entry to the ground floor exhibitions. The... More
Hi, so sorry that your question seemed to have slipped through the net. Our usual Trip advisor person has been off sick for the past few months. Anyway, it is absolutely free entry to the ground floor exhibitions. The entry fee for the ATA exhibition is £3.50 for adults or £3 concessions, and that is an annual pass. Our spitfire simulator is just £7.50 for a 15 minute flight.