Army Flying Museum

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About This Attraction

Tucked away in northwest Hampshire lies one of the Test Valley’s hidden gems. The Army Flying Museum sits adjacent to the busy Army Air Corps Airfield at Middle Wallop, near Stockbridge.

Two large hangar buildings house the impressive journey of British soldiers in the air from the pioneering days of balloons and kites, to the Glider Pilot Regiments dropping at Arnhem right through to the modern chapter of helicopter operations.

Often likened to the Tardis, visitors are frequently met with surprise at the volume of artefacts, medals and over thirty five fixed wing and rotary aircraft. Imaginative displays with clever use of interactives and video provide for fascinating insight into their role in the British military that is still an integral part of modern day operations.

For front row seats of these aircraft in action, look no further than the Museum’s Apache Café. Overlooking the active airfield and open daily without the need for a Museum ticket, this is an excellent spot to enjoy a bite to eat or drink, whilst admiring all manner of AAC Aircraft. Whether it be an Apache thundering overhead or Gazelle pilot leaning out, waving at the café and children in the play park below, this is where the action is! Good food and friendly staff and a great view make this a popular haunt amongst those in the know.

For more information, call 01264 781086 or visit the website at www.armyflying.com.

The Army Flying Museum is open daily from 10.00 to 16.30 (17.30 throughout July and August) except for 24, 25 and 26 December. The Apache Café is also open daily from 9.00am to 4.00pm

Adult
£14.00

Child (5-16years)
£8.00

Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)
£38.00

Senior / Students
£10.00

Under 5s go free!

Why should I visit?

    • 35 fixed wing and rotary aircraft.
    • Interactive displays and dioramas.
    • Puzzles, trails, quizzes and dress up stations.
    • Outdoor aircraft themed play park (Museum admission not required).
    • Apache Cafe and Gift Shop open daily (Museum admission not required).

Facilities

Assistance dogs allowed
Baby changing facilities
Cafe
Disabled access
Disabled parking available
Free parking on site
Gift shop
On site parking
Restaurant
Suitable for ages 12 and above
Suitable for ages 3 and above
Suitable for ages 8 and above
Tour Guide – we require booking for this facility
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Army Flying Museum

Valid from 2nd Jun 2021 until 31st Dec 2021

One child free when accompanying a full-price adult.

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Where to find us

Address

Army Flying Museum
Middle Wallop
Stockbridge
Hampshire
SO20 8FB

Tel:

01264 784421

Email:

[email protected]

Website:

https://www.armyflying.com/

Find us online

By car
From the A303, follow the exit towards Salisbury (A343) and the Museum is approximately 0.25 miles south of Middle Wallop Army Air Corps base. SatNav: SO20 8DY.

By train
The nearest main train station to the Museum is Andover. Taxis are available at Andover station.

By bus
The 77 bus runs from Andover to Salisbury and stops at the Museum.

Kids activities

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There is so much for kids to do at the Army Flying Museum, some of the activities include:

  • A variety of trails and quizzes available for all visitors
  • Flight and gun simulators (small fee applies)
  • Military uniform dress up station
  • Indoor play area with ball pit.
  • Outdoor play area with aircraft-themed climbing apparatus.