Yorkshire Air Museum

 

Yorkshire Air Museum is ‘Good to Go’ and have the commendation from Visit England. We have redesigned the layout of our hangars to facilitate an ‘one way’ system, and only opening exhibitions that have through access.

Experience the tremendous atmosphere of the award-winning Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Air Forces Memorial, in York, whilst admiring fascinating displays, such as the superb Bomber Command exhibition, restored Control Tower, Air Gunners Room, Archives & Uniform Displays, Airborne Forces Display, Squadron Memorial Rooms and much more.

Our attractive Memorial Gardens offer a tranquil place to reflect on those who gave their lives in defence of the nation. See Yorkshire’s pioneering Cayley Glider along with the Wright Flyer, unique Halifax Bomber and Mosquito Nightfighter and modern jets such as the Harrier GR3 and Tornado GR4 taking us into the supersonic age!

We now have 6 live jet and propeller aircraft within the collection, with more planned, including the mighty Nimrod MR2 and Victor V-bomber, so look out for our exciting Events programme.

The superb ‘Pioneers of Aviation’ exhibition features the work of famous figures from the aviation world who had Yorkshire connections, including Sir George Cayley, Robert Blackburn, Amy Johnson and Barnes Wallis.

The excellent cafe provides hot and cold meals, snacks and refreshments in an atmospheric setting, reminiscent of a wartime ‘NAAFI’ and the perfect place to take a break during your visit.

Opening Times
OPEN BANK HOLIDAYS AND EASTER HOLIDAY.
Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Summer: 10:00am -17:00pm
Winter: 10:00am – 16:00pm
Please note: Last Admission 1 hour prior to closing.
Please allow 3-4 hours or longer to get the most out of your visit.