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Airworld Aviation Museum

Caernarfon Airport Dinas Dinlle | Caernarfon Airport, Dinas Dinlle LL54 5TP, Wales
+44 1286 832154
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Great day out

We went here for a birthday treat, a flight over Anglesey by helicopter and what a treat is... read more

Reviewed October 10, 2016
Mike W
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Anglesey
An interesting few hours

Visited with my 2 year old boy who loves planes. He had a great time climbing in and out of the... read more

Reviewed September 7, 2016
Steve T
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Airworld Aviation Museum offers the opportunity to get close up to some historic aircraft. Set on an active airfield, the museum houses iconic machines such as the Hawker Hunter, D.H. Vampire, along with the only T2 BAe Harrier remaining worldwide. Unusually, visitors may enter the cockpits of some of the aircraft and find out what it is like to sit in the narrow confines of a jet fighter aircraft. Please see our website for latest additions to the collection. Part of the museum is devoted to the creation of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service, started here at RAF Llandwrog in 1942, whilst other sections describe the wartime airfields of North Wales. The gift shop sells model kits, remote control helicopters, quadcopters (drones), rockets and souvenirs. Free car parking on site, well behaved dogs welcome. The airport has a cafe run by the Wales Air Ambulance staff.
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Caernarfon Airport Dinas Dinlle | Caernarfon Airport, Dinas Dinlle LL54 5TP, Wales
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Reviewed October 10, 2016

We went here for a birthday treat, a flight over Anglesey by helicopter and what a treat is was. After the flight a visit to the museum - what a treat this was. The staff were really friendly (all volunteers I think) and what a...More

Thank Mike W
Reviewed September 7, 2016 via mobile

Visited with my 2 year old boy who loves planes. He had a great time climbing in and out of the exhibits. It's quite small but enough to entertain the younger ones for a couple of hours and some interesting history and artifacts for the...More

Thank Steve T
Reviewed August 23, 2016

Looking like a big shed or small warehouse, the museum is recognisable by the propeller on the front. Inside is a range of exhibits which are surprisingly interesting, and in some cases, such as the personal stories quite moving. Most interesting for kids of all...More

Thank Alphadeltapi
Reviewed August 23, 2016

Enjoyed this venue and found the historic information interesting particularly the war stories very moving. A good day out and worth every penny . The shop /booking entrance needs attention though as it is disorgnaised and makes the whole venue appear unproffessional

Thank maiamedi
Reviewed August 22, 2016 via mobile

Probably the best museum I've been to worth the family ticket of £17.50 we were staying in dinas Dallis so walked to the museum it was about half hour walk the museum is fun and full of planes to sit in and things to look...More

Thank Mand531
Reviewed August 11, 2016

great place and looks very unexplored....everyone can jump in and out of aeroplanes, plenty to read and experience, kids really enjoyed it....lots of helicopters coming too and from the airport as well. you could walk from beach car park although also plenty of free parking...More

Thank Adrian d
Reviewed August 9, 2016

I really enjoyed this place...as did my 13 and 5 year olds and a rather surprised wife. Yes, it a little dusty and tired in places, however the fact that you can actually climb into the cockpits of most exhibits really makes this museum different...More

Thank Andrew T
Reviewed July 25, 2016

We visited on a wet and windy day, all 4 of our kids loved it and the main attraction for them was being able to sit in a couple of the plains and the helicopter. Plenty of history etc on show. This place is well...More

1  Thank Bigyin2911
Reviewed July 8, 2016

Fantastic museum, found the staff to be very friendly and knowledgeable. The exhibits were very interesting with well researched and interesting articles accompanying them. The 'hands on' theme of the museum makes you feel like a 8 years old when your sitting in the cock...More

1  Thank Carl T
Reviewed July 5, 2016

We visited here several years ago and thought it was great. However, on our recent return visit, we were disappointed:- the premises were shabby and the exhibits were in a state of disrepair. This small museum has potential if it was managed properly.

Thank Jilly2903
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rooneysorcha
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Response from Airworld_Museum | Property representative |
Hi, Adult entry is £6.50, Pensioner/Child £5, and a family ticket (2Adults, 2 Children) is £17.50.
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