£15.20 for a Family Pass for Fleet Air Arm Museum (£38 Value)
- On-site restaurant and shop
- Located at the Royal Naval Air Station
- Accessible from Bristol
- Family pass is for two adults and three children
- Go on-board Concorde
- See the Aircraft Carrier Experience
- See over 90 aircraft
- Four exhibition halls
Limit 1 per family. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Present printed voucher to redeem. Open daily 10am-5pm. From 31 October 2011 open Wed-Sun, 10am-4.30pm. Closed Mon-Tues unless school holidays. Last admission 3pm. Last entry to Carrier Exhibition 3.15pm. Closed 24-26 December 2011. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Children must be aged 5-16.
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Time flies when you're having fun, explaining the solemn nature of watch makers. Enjoy some timely airborne antics with today's Groupon: £15.20 for a family day pass for two adults and three children to Fleet Air Arm Museum.
The winged-arm of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm Museum holds Europe’s largest naval aviation collection. In four exhibition halls, over ninety aircraft, two million records and thirty thousand artefacts are proudly displayed as a testament to the sky-high history of British naval aviation. With attractions including the first British built Concorde and a simulated aircraft carrier experience, the museum showcases over a hundred years of history in a thoroughly modern manner. Fleet Air Arm Museum uses theatre, technology and group learning to entertain everyone while also holding a wide selection of events, such as a Broadway Big Band concert and power tool drag racing.
A family can fly high with a day out at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, swooping down to Yeovilton and taking off with all the fun the museum has to offer. With exhibitions on events ranging between World War II, the centenary of fixed wing flying, and the Merlin helicopter, there is plenty to take on board. The recently opened Swordfish restaurant is ready to cater to hungry aviation investigators while food can also be relished in the outdoor picnic area, an experience which includes the possibility of glimpsing aircraft training procedures. The mini Marines assault course is enough to satisfy the children, while the museum’s shop, which offers goodies such as model aircraft and museum DVDs, is an ideal place to gather some mementoes.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum has received soaring reviews from visitors, who have thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the exhibition. Visitors have also commented on the informative and helpful staff.
For aviation enthusiasts, a rich and varied collection of historic airframes and artefacts, many of monumental significance. For families and casual visitors, many well-presented and interactive experiences to keep hands and minds busy. Outstanding!
– Captain Hastings, Google Maps, Mar 2011
The staff are wonderful, mostly ex services and demonstrate the best child/customer friendly focus I have ever seen.
– Family11y, TripAdvisor, Sep 2011