About the Museum

Situated at Middle Wallop and adjacent to the Army Air Corps’ busy working airfield, the Museum of Army Flying is packed with historic helicopters, aeroplanes, kites and gliders, dioramas, exhibits and displays, all telling the story of “soldiers in the air” from late 19th century balloons to the present day and attack helicopters. Plus simulators and rifle ranges, 1940s House, Childrens’ Centre, Cinema, gift shop, licensed cafe with airfield views and balcony, picnic area, outdoor Play Park, Memorial Garden and plenty of free parking for coaches and cars.

Regiments

Army Aviation, Army Air Corps, Glider Pilot Regiment. Royal Artillery Air Observation Squadrons, Royal Flying Corps, Royal Engineers Balloon Sections and Air Battalions.

Facilities

Coach Parking
Car Parking
Restaurant/Cafe
Toilets
Lecture Room
Shop
Disabled Access
Education service

Opening Times

Daily

10am - 4.30pm (5.430pm July and August).



Closed 24 26th December.

Admission

Adult: £12.00
Child: £7.00
Concession (seniors 60+ / students): £9.00
Family (2 adults + 2 children): £35.00

Groups & schools: discounted rate available

Address

Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8DY

Tel 01264 784421

Web
www.armyflying.com

Visiting Advice

The Museum is five miles south of Andover and is signposted from the A303, approximately 0.25 miles south of the entrance to Middle Wallop Army Air Corps base. The nearest train station to the Museum is Andover. Taxis are available at Andover Station and the town centre. Andover Bus Station is a short walk from the train station. The 77 & 87 buses run between Andover and Salisbury and stop at the Museum of Army Flying.