The Army Flying Museum tells the fascinating story of British Army flying. Featuring over 35 aircraft, from the first world war era to the current day, as well as interactive displays, artifacts, audio-visual presentations and models, the museum is a great day out for all ages. The Apache Café has super views across an active army airfield.
Where is Army Flying Museum located?
The Army Flying Museum is at Middle Wallop, near Stockbridge in Hampshire. It's on the A343 between Salisbury and Andover, and there is easy access to the A30, A303, A34 and the M3 and M4 motorways.
What is the history of Army Flying Museum to the present day?
The museum is housed in two aircraft hangars, and it tells the story of British soldiers in the air. From kites and balloons in the late 1800s to modern helicopters, the displays are imaginative and interactive, and provide a real insight into British military development.
What is there to see and do at Army Flying Museum?
The Apache Café is open daily, and does not require museum admission. It's a great place to grab a spot of lunch, whilst watching the aircraft on the adjacent Army Air Corps airfield. There is also a memorial to the 5,127 soldiers who have died in service of British Army Flying.
Please note: The museum is currently closed for refurbishment. It reopens to the public in April 2019.