Fleet Air Arm Museum
The Fleet Air Arm Museum houses a very large and well presented collection of aircraft and memorabilia. Four display halls portray the development of Naval aviation from World War I to the Gulf War.
NOW until Sunday 30th October 2016.
Open Everyday, 10.00am to 5.30pm*
Please note our Restaurant will open in line with the Museum from Wednesday until Sunday unless otherwise stated, 0930-1700 for the duration of our summer opening hours.
*Please note: because of the length of time it takes to explore the Carrier Exhibition in Hall 3, last entry to this Exhibition is 4.15pm.
Monday 31st October 2016 until Friday 31st March 2017
Open Wed to Sun only, 10.00am to 4.30pm*
CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays except during Somerset school holidays
Please note our Restaurant will open in line with the Museum from Wednesday until Sunday unless otherwise stated, 0930-1600 for the duration of our winter opening hours.
*Please note: because of the length of time it takes to explore the Carrier Exhibition in Hall 3, last entry to this Exhibition is 3.15pm.
Adult (16 - 64 years) £16.00
Child (5-15 years) £12.00
Senior Citizens (65+ years) Students, Unemployed* Valid ID Needed £14.00
Family (2 Adults + 2 Child) £47.00
Family (1 Adult + 2 Child) £33.00
The centrepiece of the museum is the 'Carrier' display, in which visitors are 'flown' inside a Wessex helicopter onto the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Here they can examine the aircraft arranged on deck and follow a guided tour of the Carrier's 'island' - finishing up at FlyCo where all aircraft operations are controlled. In addition, the 'Leading Edge' gallery contains a Concorde prototype and examples of several post-war research aircraft. Across the road from the Museum, is Cobham Hall and it houses the Museum's extensive reserve collection not currently on display and is open to visitors on a few days each year.
Archives, Aviation, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Land Transport, Maritime, Personalities, Weapons and War
Key artists and exhibits
- Naval aviation history
- Wessex helicopter
- Concorde prototype
- Holds number of aircraft that are the only surviving examples of their type.
Fleet Air Arm Museum
Royal Naval Air Station