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ABOUT THE MUSEUM

Our next event will be the Heritage Open Day on September 22nd.

For more information see the News Item below.


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 2015.

Normal opening days are Friday/Saturday/Sunday.

For further details of  Opening Times and Charges go to > Museum Opening Times 

LATEST NEWS

Heritage Open Day – September 22nd

The Museum will again be supporting the "Heritage Open Days" this year. On Sunday 22nd entry to the Museum will be free (there will still be charges for cockpit sessions). In addition to the normal...

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Route to Museum Changes

From Thursday 18th July access to the Museum has changed again. A new route has been created via the first phase of Woodford Garden Village. The entrance is still via the Garden Village but once on the...

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Roe 1 Triplane now on display

The Triplane arrived at the Museum a few weeks ago but has now been taken out of storage and the fuselage is displayed in the Museum Main Hall. See Triplane Story for more...

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XM603 Nose Job

As most readers will know XM603 has been at Woodford since the 80s, she was refurbished externally a couple of years ago to her current incredible shining finish (try looking at her in bright sunshine)....

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Sugar an Update

We were very excited to welcome our latest exhibit S for Sugar at the end of October & she was immediately installed in pride of place in the Museum Hall. The Lancaster cockpit section is on loan...

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