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It was a pleasure meeting the staff at the Heritage Centre - they made our visit so enjoyable!
The Spitfire Simulator was a great experience - definitely one to be recommended.
We look forward to our next visit!
We visited on 17 May 2018. Fantastic staff who were well informed . The exhibits were so interesting with great human stories. Spitfire Simulator was the highlight of the visit for my husband, Tony who is a pilot.
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Had heard about the Spitfire sim experiance in Australia. Made sure visiting the museum was on my to do list when in the UK. Having flown Cliffs of Dover, a WW2 Battle of Britain simulation for 2 years, I was very keen to jump in...More
It may be small but it makes up for it with the amount of local history on display. there are regularly special exhibitions. I visited the Royalty and Maidenhead exhibition which charts the connection between various monarchs and the town over the centuries. It makes...More
My son had 30 minutes on the excellent Spitfire simulator. He absolutely loved it, and the guidance from the instructor was spot on. Highly recommend this little place for anyone interested in aviation, particularly WW2 and the ATA.
The collection which includes the simulator is in honour and recognition of the ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary) which operated during WW2 ferrying military aircraft from the factories to the RAF operational stations without radio, navigational aids or defence systems.
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Response from Richard P | Property representative |
Hi, so sorry that your question seemed to have slipped through the net. Our usual Trip advisor person has been off sick for the past few months. Anyway, it is absolutely free entry to the ground floor exhibitions. The... More
Hi, so sorry that your question seemed to have slipped through the net. Our usual Trip advisor person has been off sick for the past few months. Anyway, it is absolutely free entry to the ground floor exhibitions. The entry fee for the ATA exhibition is £3.50 for adults or £3 concessions, and that is an annual pass. Our spitfire simulator is just £7.50 for a 15 minute flight.