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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 2015.

Christmas/New Year 2017 Opening Times :-
The last Public open day before Christmas is Sunday 17th. We re-open Thursday 28th, Friday 29th & Saturday 30th. Closed New Years Eve.
Back to normal hours January 5th. So we are closed Christmas Eve & New Years Eve.

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

LATEST NEWS

S for Sugar arrives
Sugar Arrives

We're very excited to welcome our latest exhibit, a Lancaster cockpit section! Martin Willoughby has built this replica of Avro Lancaster R5868 S-Sugar as a tribute to his father, who served on this...

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Apollo to Shuttle chat
From Apollo to the Space Shuttle

*** THURSDAY 16th NOVEMBER *** Rod Woodcock FBIS will be giving a talk on his visits to Cape Kennedy between 1971 & 1981 when he watched FIVE rocket launches and was given rare access to all areas...

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Avro Air Fair – Sunday 6th August

Avro Air Fair. Thanks to all who came. The attached image was taken by the BBMF on the day and we thought it worth sharing. Many asked if we're doing it again next year - keep an eye on Social Media...

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AHM American Day 2017
1940’s American Day – Sunday June 18th

Attractions to include :- The Baker Street Boys - (WWII Reenactors) Helicopters, Military Vehicles, Classic American Cars, Live 40s Music, Brass Band, Large Model Flying B17, Craft and...

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Drive it Day
NATIONAL DRIVE IT DAY – Sunday April 23rd

Besides being St George's Day April 23rd is National Drive it day. We're being visited by the MG Car Club at 10:30am, and the Manchester Historic Car Club at 12 noon, so come along and see these...

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