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ABOUT THE MUSEUM

The Avro Heritage Museum is situated on the site of the old Woodford Airfield. The current museum site was donated by BAE Systems when the airfield and Aircraft assembly plant was closed down. The airfield fire station building has been converted into a state of the art museum and was handed over to the Avro Heritage Trust in May 2015. It opened to the public on November 13th.

For Opening Times and Charges go to > Museum Opening Times

NOTE OUR VULCAN XM603 ON DISPLAY AT THE REAR OF THE MUSEUM IS TOTALLY ENCLOSED BY SCAFFOLDING FOR HER REFURBISHMENT

LATEST NEWS

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55 Squadron Air Cadets Visit

A group of Cadets from 55 (Woodford & Bramhall) Squadron ATC visited the Avro Heritage Museum on 28th July 2016 with their Commanding Officer, Flt.Lt. Steve Johnson. They were supported by staff...

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Visit from Sir Charles

On July 5th we were in for a treat indeed as Sir Charles Masefield who some of you may know, flew in our Vulcan XM603 on the 14th March 1982 came to visit. Sir Charles officially opened our museum...

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Porsche Owners Club Visit – Sunday June 26th

On Sunday June 26th, we had the Porsche Car Club (North West Region) at our museum for a visit and a drive along the runway. What a day!!! Nigh on 60 of their members attended and brought along just...

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WK118 is Home

The Museum is proud to announce that we have purchased the nose section of Woodford built Canberra TT18 (Originally a B2 converted to TT18 when the B2s were effectively outdated). She was moved today...

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XM603 nose for refurb
XM603 Refurbishment Update

On the 25th April 2016, Scaffolding began around XM603. Therefore, there will be restrictions in the Vulcan park. Tenting is also being placed around 603 however some transparent parts of the...

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