Fleet Air Arm Museum
Europe’s largest naval aviation collection, with 90 aircraft and 30 thousand artefacts to keep you entertained.
What makes it special
- Visit Europe’s largest collection of Royal Navy aircraft
- See the first British Concorde
- Enjoy the award winning Aircraft Carrier Experience
Winter opening times
From 5th November 2018 to 31st March 2019
Open Wed to Sun only, 10.00am to 4.30pm
Summer opening times
From 1st April 2019
Open Everyday, 10.00am to 5.30pm
Walk-up Price Online Price
Adult (16 – 59 years of age) £16.00 £12.75
Child (5 – 15 years of age) £12.00 £9.50
Family (1 adult/senior, 3 children) £33.00 £26.00
Family (2 adults/seniors, 3 children) £47.00 £37.50
Concession (Over 60’s, Disabled and Students) £14.00 £11.00
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