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The whole point of this museum is to raise funds to bring their spitfire aircraft back to flight capability. . There is a lot of work for them to do but the museum has. Lovely exhibition about this most iconic aircraft.
Tucked at the back of the charity shop behind the curtains is a small but evocative display of the Welsh Spitfire repatriated from Australia. To see the display at close quarters is humbling and a tribute to all service men and women. I wish the...More
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Spitfire-Museum, General Manager at The Welsh Spitfire Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2018
We are pleased you enjoyed your visit and thank you for your kind and encouraging words for the future.
We look forward to seeing you again.
Remarkable to find several interesting parts of a spitfire including the engine, fuselage, cockpit and propellers in the back of a small charity shop.
Wonderful to hear about their efforts to return a spitfire to flying order through charitable donations. Other displays and history to...More
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Spitfire-Museum, Manager at The Welsh Spitfire Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 18 July 2018
Thank you very much for your kind words and we are pleased you enjoyed your visit and look forward to seeing you again.
Easily missed as at back of charity shop. Lovely display and my kids age 10 and 7 loved seeing the spitfire. I wanted to buy mementos from the charity shop for my Kids but apart from baseball caps they didn't have anything. They could invest...More
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Spitfire-Museum, General Manager at The Welsh Spitfire Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 25 April 2018
Hello. Thank you for your kind words on our museum. It's unfortunate that you missed the other items of memorabilia so we shall have to look again at our display. Once again thank you for your feedback.
I've been to the Welsh Spitfire Museum, several times when it was at the Haverfordwest airfield.
I try to visit whenever i'm in the area. you know what, this place needs help and financial support.
The enthusiastic volunteers are the only thing that keeps this...More
Spitfire-Museum, Manager at The Welsh Spitfire Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 15 September 2017
Thank you for your kind words; it's support from people like you which makes our restoration work worthwile. Thank you.
Definitely NOT closed, the museum has moved into town where more visitors can experience the project and become absorbed in Spitfire history. At a time when not only the valiant aviators but also the aircraft they flew are growing older at an alarming rate, this...More
Spitfire-Museum, General Manager at The Welsh Spitfire Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2017
Thank you for your kind words and advising visitors of our move.
Visited, with hope on a rainy day and it turned out to be worse than I imagined. Visited on the afternoon of the 14th it was closed and the sloped entrance was dangerously slippery. It's in desperate need of funding and refurbishment. I wanted to...More