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The Museum of Army Flying traces a century of the Army Air Corps' history. The museum is situated next to a working AAC airfield in Middle Wallop and home to 35 fixed and rotary-wing aircrafts. The collection also encompasses trophies, scale models and historic artefacts such as Mussolini's door handle. Flying simulators offer rides for £1 each while a virtual rifle range caters for shooting practice. Further attractions include an outdoor play park and a reconstructed 1940s house. The Apache Cafe is also open daily from 9am for breakfasts, lunches and refreshments.