We stopped by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum in Cosford, England in the West Midlands. It is located only a few miles from where Lesley was working in Wolverhampton. Admission is free and the museum houses 70 aircraft and is home to War Planes, Missiles, Transport & Training and Research & Development collections. They had some great examples of airplanes used in the past hundred years. Plenty of room to run around, the kids had a blast.
The Memorandum of Understanding will establish a partnership that will allow the two centres to collaborate on programmes and shared learning opportunities.RAF Museum London: Open Cockpits & Cabs - February 23rd - Warbirds News
The Royal Air Force Museum will continue to hold 'Open Cockpits and Cabs' events in 2019 allowing visitors to buy tickets for a closer look, or even a venture ...Warbirds Over the Beach - Flash Ticket Sale for Military Aviation Museum's 2019 Event - Warbirds News
For those looking for a major air show in a magical, intimate setting, it really is hard to beat the Military Aviation Museum's Warbirds Over the Beach air show held ...Lights, Camera, Take-off...to the RAF Museum Night Shoot! - Warbirds News
Photographers are being given the unique opportunity to capture rare images of the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford's external aircraft collection during an ...Saying goodbye to the 'warhorse of the Royal Air Force' - Eastern Daily Press
One of three RAF Tornado GR4 aircraft with a specially painted livery to commemorate their retirement from *service*, comes in to land at RAF Marham in Norfolk.