Royal Air Force Museum (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Grahame Park Way / London / NW9 5TW / England
Newest Review: ... really is fascinating as puts certain events into perspective with a section on general world events such as the end of Rationing, the release of Nestle's Kit Kat and the 9/11 Bombings so that people who are not into flying facts and figures are not bored. The Bomber Hall is awesome and there is a lovely tribute to Henry Ellingham, one of the original members of the RAF. The Battle of Britain ... more
Customer Royal Air Force Museum (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/02/11 (Useful, 8 readings)
My boyfriend is a massive fan of the RAF Museum so we have been quite a few times in the last year. There are a number of different things to see and so much info there so it's a good job admission is free because you do have to go several times to see everything and fully absorb all of the information (NB you do have to pay for the car park though!) In the main building, there is a wonderful time line entitled "Milestones of Flight" which spans the 20th century and beyond. It really is fascinating as puts certain events into perspective with a section on general world events such as the end of Rationing, the release of Nestle's Kit Kat and the 9/11 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09, updated on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
THE ROYAL AIRFORCE MUSEUM LONDON. The whole experience of this day was absolutely memorable, for myself and my partner. Travelling up to London, we decided to let the train take the strain, and arriving at the train station, we had just a five minute walk to this Museum, at Hendon. Once entering the gates to this fantastic Museum, i noticed that in the grounds of this Museum were loads of picnic bences and seats so that you can sit there and have a picnic lunch, and enjoy looking at the two planes that were exhibited in the grounds, the Spitfire, my all time favourite, and the Hurrican, in excellent condition. Well where ... Read the complete review
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