Adam visits the RAF Museum!

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In the latest episode of Activity Quest, Adam’s off to the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum in Hendon!

There, he meets Toni who discusses the new exhibition ‘Higher, Faster, Further’ and the educational resources available for families.

Rob, the public events manager, explains why the museum is great for kids and families, mentioning the upcoming Easter holidays events which will focus on science, technology, engineering, and maths, featuring a planetarium, science shows, and a paper aeroplane designing contest.ย 

The museum offers various interactive elements, such as digital trails, backpacks with exploration tools, and a themed outdoor play area. The site is recommended for a two to three-hour visit or a full day for an in-depth experience.

What is the RAF Museum?

The Royal Air Force Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of aviation and the Royal Air Force (RAF). Located in the London Borough of Barnet, England, the museum showcases a vast collection of aircraft, aviation artefacts, and memorabilia spanning the history of flight, with a particular focus on the role of the RAF.

The museum’s collection includes a wide variety of aircraft, ranging from early biplanes to modern jets, as well as helicopters and missiles. Visitors can explore exhibits that cover significant events and periods in aviation history, including World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and beyond.

How much is the RAF Museum?

Admission to all areas of the Museum is free of charge and donations are welcome.

Where is the RAF Museum?

Reaching the RAF Museum is easy.

The RAF Museum London can be found at: Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL

๐Ÿš‡ By tube

Hop onto the Northern Line (Edgware Branch) to Colindale Station where it’s a short walk from there.

๐Ÿš By train

Mill Hill Broadway is the nearest rail station and is a 20 minute walk away.

The station is on the Luton/King’s Cross/Thameslink line.

๐ŸšŒ By bus

Route 303 passes the entrance to the Museum.

๐Ÿš— By car

Only 30 minutes from Central London. Follow the brown and white tourist signs from M25, M1 (Junction 4 Southbound), A41, A5 and North Circular (A406) roads.

The museum falls within the bounds of the new London ULE Zone.

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