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Midland Air Museum

44 Coventry Street | Rowley Road, Baginton, Coventry CV3 4FR, England
+44 24 7630 1033
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Amazing selection of old aeroplanes and artifacts. Very interesting.

We took my grandson along who is obsessed with planes. It was a great chance for him to get really... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
Lesley S
Coventry, United Kingdom
Not amazing

Not a brilliant day but if you have young children who love planes then they will enjoy it, its... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2016
Kerry C
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
via mobile
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“vulcan bomber” (61 reviews)
“jet engine” (26 reviews)
“on display” (36 reviews)
44 Coventry Street | Rowley Road, Baginton, Coventry CV3 4FR, England
+44 24 7630 1033
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

We took my grandson along who is obsessed with planes. It was a great chance for him to get really near the planes and he got to sit in a helicoptor which he loved. We will go back again at some point so that we...More

Thank Lesley S
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Not a brilliant day but if you have young children who love planes then they will enjoy it, its quite over priced as there is nothing to do but look when you are in, yes there are a lot of planes to look at bit...More

Thank Kerry C
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

The Midland Air Museum is a wonderful little treasure trove of everything aviation, with particular emphasis on Sir Frank Whittle (inventor & manufactor of the Jet Engine). To get to the museum can be tricky, as there is no direct public transport, so if possible,...More

Thank Caroline C
Reviewed 24 August 2016

This is a good place to visit, very interesting and you can get right up close to the exhibits. You can even go aboard a Vulcan bomber! Its a great place to take the kids for an hour or two.

Thank terry5343
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

I took my young family here as my 4 year old son has just discovered a liking for planes. As an ex-Royal Navy Pilot and Air Traffic Controller it was fantastic to see some of the classics (Sea Harrier & Sea Vixen) and a delight...More

Thank spm24
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This museum was not on our original list of places to visit as it didn't shout out loud on the websites I looked at but having visited I can only say that they need to promote themselves better as it was certainly a great place...More

Thank Ian E
Reviewed 23 August 2016

We took out 9 year old grandson for a visit and we were surprised at his interest in the exhibits. What made it special was the access to some of the items. There is access to the flight deck of a few items and for...More

Thank Dave H
Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

There's so much to see and do at this museum I'm unable to describe all of the attractions in a few lines. The whole museum pays tribute to the work and effort of Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor and manufacturer of the jet engine, who...More

Thank Pete K
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Easy to find. Lots to see. Staff friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Entry fee is about right.Will visit again.

Thank Glen C
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Good day out with two children 11+12. Good value for money with some nicely looked after and restored exhibits. Unfortunately the woman on the till was very rude and after ignoring us for a few minutes (she was barking orders to other in the cafeteria)...More

Thank VulcanViggen
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We are making a specific trip to the museum in the hope of sitting inside the Vulcan. Is this a possibility?
27 September 2016|
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Response from Kim K | Reviewed this property |
Hello, Sorry for my late reply. Am also away on a business trip. I don't know if it is possible, but some of the people there are very enthusiastic about what they do, and you are able to hold in some of the planes. You... More
Why was we charged for this museum?, i thought they were free
28 August 2015|
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Response from cathasatail | Reviewed this property |
Because they need to generate money for the aircraft restoration and general upkeep and staff wages.
Kelliie J
Hi, just wondering how much is the entry fee roughly?
21 July 2015|
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Response from John E | Reviewed this property |
Adult £6.50; Child (5+) £3.25; Infant FREE; OAP/Student £6.00; Family (2+2) £17.50 - See more on their website