Aeroventure Museum (Doncaster) Reviews
Description:Postcode: DN4 7NW
Newest Review: ... at the site. There are 3 buildings on the site to explore. 2 of these buildings are aircraft hangers. The first one is the largest, with lots of planes of various ages and conditions. Some are literally just cockpit sections, while there is also a full size wooden plane like the one that Louis Bleriot crossed the English Channel from France to Kent in. We enjoyed seeing this as we have ... more
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by - written on 08/04/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Doncaster Air Museum is located on the home of the former RAF Doncaster at Dakota Way, Doncaster. This is located behind the Vue cinema. We had driven past the sign for this attraction many times since having our children, but it is only recently that we actually thought the kids would be big enough to enjoy visiting the site. We drove to the site from our home in Rotherham using the M18 motorway, getting off at Junction 3, and driving past the Yorkshire Outlet and Keepmoat stadium. For anyone needing Sat nav to get there, the postcode is DN4 7NW. We went to the site for a Mother's Day outing last month. The particular day was a pretty cold one ... Read the complete review
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