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The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is located in Shropshire and offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the family. Housed in wartime hangars and in the National Cold War Exhibition, there is a huge display of aircraft and exhibits to explore.
All reviews cold war free entry interactive displays all ages car park parking charge on display small charge well worth a visit world war three hours v bombers few hours rainy day red arrows great place to visit great family day
This was our first visit to the museum and you cannot beat it , pay on the car park £4 for 3 hrs , £5 there after. Free entry ( which is brilliant ) , plenty for kids to do and amount of aircraft is...More
Free admission. Pay to park but it's worth it. Clean and very modern buildings and Hangars. Staff helpful. Nice cafe and shops. 4d experience and simulator (charge).Spent 3 plus hours looking at / reading all the info.
Six of us visited this museum and were very impressed with the displays. It was great to see so many iconic ‘planes in one place. I couldn’t believe how flimsy some of the oldest models were! I don’t think I would have ventured into the...More
First ever visit to area. Always been interested in planes so thought I'd pay a visit.
Covering all of the bases history. World war 2 planes,cold war, to modern fighter jets & tanks. My favourite was WW2 spitfire,hurricane,mesershmitt 109,262. Drink & food outlets reasonable prices...More
Been visiting this museum for over thirty years and it just keeps getting better, two aircraft museums in seven days 5,000 miles apart in more than one way.
Endless streams of test, historic and cold war aircraft. The WW2 selection is breathtakingly complete.
A superb museum... well worth a visit! It is advisable to allow plenty of time for your visit as there is so much to see. You will not be disappointed if you have any interest in aviation. Admission is free, and the car parking charge...More
Impressive museum, well worth the visit, even with under 5s. Plenty of variety, high quality displays, impressive interactive section for children and adults alike. With only parking to pay, at a reasonable rate, very good value too.
This is a very good day out. Entrance is free and the car parking is reasonably charged. We managed to spend a full day for my son's birthday and we had children with us from age 7 to 12 who all loved it
Very nice museum, lots of planes and vehicles, I specifically liked the famous WW2 era Defiant, Spitfire, Hurricane, Mosquito, Lancaster as well as the only surviving Japanese KI-100 and a great collection of the Germans: JU-52, JU-88, ME-109, FW-190 and a very rare ME-410, ME-163...More