It is mandatory for visitors to wear a face covering when visiting the
museum including the shop and restaurant, except when
seated, unless they were previously exempt from doing
so. We would also ask visitors to be aware of others around them
and where possible maintain a social distance of 1 metre.
museum is a mobility friendly attraction with
all parts of the museum fully
wheelchair accessible with ramps where required.
wheelchair is available for visitor use please ask a member of
staff at the entrance desk who will be able to assist.
A carer is eligible to
entry on a concessionary ticket to accompany mobility restricted visitors.
Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs are allowed inside the
museum or café.
No other dogs are permitted on site.
The museum is spread over a single floor with aircraft displayed
in three main buildings plus a shop and café.
ask that all children are accompanied and supervised by an
adult at all times and ask that children do not run around unsupervised as they may
ask a member of staff if you would like more information
regarding the layout of the museum and a printed guide is available
to purchase from
Work on the helicopters in the
museums collection is carried out by volunteers in the
conservation area which is viewable during your visit.
Photography is allowed but the use of tripods is
prohibited and all images must be solely for private and
personal use. Please stay within the defined visitor route when
The museum has easily accessible
male and female toilets which includes
baby changing facilities and
is also a pull chord emergency alarm.
The washroom facilities
are regularly cleaned and sanitised.
There is a
picnic area, benches and a children's play area by the
Weston Aviation Exhibition.