BAE Harrier

BAE Harrier

Powered by one Rolls-Royce Pegasus turbofan with vectored thrust

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Postcode for your sat nav: CV3 4FR.

Opening TimesWinter
Monday - Saturday10:00 - 16:3010:00 - 17:00
& Bank holidays
10:00 - 16:3010:00 - 18:00

We are closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

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Admission charges
Child (5+)£3.25
Family (2+2)£17.50

Picture of the Month

Armstrong-Siddeley/Gloster advert

Amstrong-Siddeley were a locally based firm that built luxury cars and aero engines. This was an advert from December 1953 extolling the virtues of the Armstrong-Siddeley-built Meteor night fighter. 8 years after the first Meteors had entered service with the RAF, A-W and Glosters were still selling the aircraft to foreign air forces and the RAF. It was rapidly becoming outclassed by newer fighters, but as a night-time bomber-destroyer it was still a useful aircraft and around 550 Meteor night fighters were built. An example of the Meteor NF.14 is on display at the Museum.

Jan/Feb interim update

Well it seems a long time since Xmas and although we have struggled through all the high winds and torrential rain I doubt if our survival could be called newsworthy. More newsworthy is the fact that with the exception of some fence panels we came through unscathed.This does mean that we are ideally situated for the coming season.

Our new addition (The Tornado) is all but complete except that it is laid out in airfix style at the moment . This will be rectified in March when we hope to have it standing on its legs and at least partially assembled. Photos will be posted of course of the construction of this quite high profile version of its type.

Steps have been completed over the winter for public access to the Lockheed Electra nose section and even if its not open every... read more

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