The Lashenden Air Warfare Museum is one of the longest established aviation museums in the country and started life in 1970 by members of a local Royal Air Forces Association.  The museum aims to educate and preserve the aviation and military heritage of the country. Exhibits on display include a Fieseler Fi 103R4 Reichenberg Piloted V1 Flying Bomb, as well as artefacts and displays as well as the world’s only fully restored and working example of his World War 2 airfield defence fort. The land the museum is on also has its own aviation history, having been requisitioned at the outbreak of World War II by the Airfields Board and prepared for operational service and two runways were laid.

Opening Hours
6th March to October
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays
Last admission at 4.30pm
Last admission 3.30pm
Groups at other times by arrangements.

Without Gift Aid/Gift Aid
Adults: £3/£3.30
Children - five to 16 years: £1/£1.10
Children under five years: Free
Over 60 years: £1/£1.10
Tours of main aircraft hanger during museum hours: Minimum donation of £2

No disabled toilets at the museum, but are available on the airfield. Two disabled parking spaces available via first come first serve basis, or can book prior to visit.

Headcorn - 1.5 miles

12 from Maidstone terminates at Headcorn railway station.

Free Parking • Shop •  Cafe

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