Welcome to North Weald Airfield Museum. The museum will give you an insight into the history of this great airfield. The importance it played during wartime, the people involved, the planes etc. There are are some great pictures that also tell their own stories. The museum is not just a place to view artefacts etc but a meeting place for like minded friends. It is an educational hub for young and old alike. It is a place that families can see and remember their forebears and of course is full of history! North Weald Airfield History provides information about the history and usage of the airfield from 1916 to the present day. It includes notable people, squadrons and aircraft that have connections with RAF North Weald, particularly during World War II.
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 1200—1700 (last entry 1600)
Adults £2 Concessions £1.50 Children (5-18) 50p (Under 5's free)
Follow brown tourist signs for 'Memorial and Debt of Honour'. From M11 follow signs for A414 Ongar, turn right at 'The Talbot' pub, carry on through North Weald village. We are at the far end of the village on the right hand side.
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