We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews on display cold war american planes great exhibition small cafe all ages spy plane impressive collection iconic aircraft flying fortress great place to visit aircraft including aviation history battle of britain air show hanger bomber
A welcome tribute to the Americans who flew from the UK in war and peace.
An excellent collection of aircraft trace the WWII and postwar U.S. Air Force's efforts in the UK.
The WWII types take center stage, and you'll see the B-17 and B-24...More
Took time to visit this display before the airshow started. Every space has been used, with aircraft of all shapes and sizes being meticulously arranged like a giant jigsaw to get them all in. There is also a room dedicated to the American Airmen who...More
I visited the American Air Museum with a friend. The Museum is within the overall Imperial War Museum at Duxford which is a good day out overall. The American planes are well presented with a high level walkway to best view the planes hung from...More
I came with my friend to duxford and this museum was stunning yet again. Recently opened it was very busy. The whole site was marvellous and is a must see for all ages. The day was dry and sunny which made all the difference. I...More
was visiting the duxford air museum for a car show and hadn't expected so much to see in addition to the cars, the planes and the museums. Well laid out and signposted for all abilities so a great afternoon out for all the family. The...More
A well designed building that caters for all people, whether disabled or not, so that you can get as close as possible to the planes and other exhibits. At first glance, it looks like a busy airplane car park but once inside, you can just...More
Response from LordHafod | Reviewed this property |
In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally... More
In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally would also look at the restoration hangars where you can see the aircraft being serviced, restored. A great day out, you will enjoy it.