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Royal Air Force College Cranwell (the first Military Air Academy in the world) is probably the most famous landmark in Royal Air Force (RAF) history. The Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre portrays the fascinating story of this historic establishment...more
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Heath Farm | North Rauceby, Sleaford NG34 8QR, England
All reviews flight simulator interactive exhibits well worth a visit take your time story boards knowledgeable friendly staff small cafe on duty gift shop all ages free entry raf jet college hands courtyard donation
Whokwst visiting the area we stopped off here. The lady running the museum was extremely knowledge and also provided us with other places to visit. Good displays giving information about Cranwell raf college, interactive pieces both children and enthusiasts csn enjoy. The story boards of...More
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North Kesteven D, NKDC at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your positive review, we're really pleased you enjoyed your visit and hope you will visit us again soon.
A really special museum, informative, poignant and entertaining. Can’t recommend highly enough, so well run. The gentleman in charge really knows his stuff and made us so welcome. Will definitely come back when we have more time.
Very informative displays, lots of reading attached explaining the artefacts in detail. A great deal of effort has obviously been made with the Centre layout and displays, to excellent effect. Welcoming and knowledgeable staff, and we enjoyed our conversation with the volunteer on the current...More
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North Kesteven D, NKDC at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018
Thank you very much for your positive review. All our volunteers are very enthusiastic and knowledgeable and we will certainly pass your comments on to them. We hope to see you again soon.
Found this museum almost by accident as we were going somewhere else but noticed the signs. So pleased we did as it’s a very interesting place to visit made more so by the volunteer who was a wealth of information and shared it in a...More
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North Kesteven D, Marketing Assistant at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write your review. Many of our visitors that discover us whilst passing are always delighted with what we have to offer. Our volunteers are very knowledgeable and passionate about the site and will make sure to pass on...More
What a wonderful place.
Run by volunteers, I had the door opened by a lovely gentleman (with an epic moustache!) who was a volunteer, asked us if we'd been there before (first visit), he explained the best way to view the museum and exhibits, and...More
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North Kesteven D, Marketing Assistant at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018
Thank you for your review Sarah. We're pleased you enjoyed your visit. We take pride in our work and enjoy sharing what we have to offer with our visitors. We may be small but we are mighty :)
No it is not a farm or a health centre!
Take care with parking on the grass especially if it has been wet for a while.
A free attraction that depends on your generosity to grow.
Well worth the visit. Nice staff on duty when...More
Lovely little museum run by really helpful enthusiasts. Grandkids loved it on Easter trail event. Lots of little interactive electronic gadgets to play with to keep the kids, and us, amused. Jolly good show chaps. Real shame they wont allow it on the base across...More
I visited the aviation centre with my 13 year old son. I was raised nearby so used to see and hear the Jet Provost aircraft all the time back in the day, so was looking forward to finding out a little more about them.
Had seen the signs off the A17 but had never been. Museum is in a small building on a farm. Inside was small but nicely laid out with many hands on exhibits. Currently there’s a temporary exhibition about airships at Cranwell and surrounding areas. All...More
Thank Andrew R
North Kesteven D, Tourism & Marketing Assistant at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to write your review. We're pleased you enjoyed your visit. Our staff work hard and are enthusiastic about the history of Cranwell and aviation in the area so it is pleasing to hear they are inspiring others to spread...More
Response from North Kesteven D | Property representative |
Apologies it has taken a little while to get back to you. Unfortunately we only allow guide dogs into the centre due to the sensitive nature of some of the artefacts. If you have any further enquiries please... More
Apologies it has taken a little while to get back to you. Unfortunately we only allow guide dogs into the centre due to the sensitive nature of some of the artefacts. If you have any further enquiries please don't hesitate to get in touch.