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Take to the skies at the Fleet Air Arm Museum - representing the Royal Navy in the air.
With four exhibition halls, over ninety aircraft, more than 2 million records, and 30 thousand artefacts, the Museum is Europe's largest naval aviation museum.
It is also home to the first British Concorde and the award-winning Aircraft Carrier Experience.
Pioneering naval aviation since 1909
The Fleet Air Arm Museum is a must-see attraction with its wide range of helicopters and fixed wing aircraft exhibits, some of which date back over 100 years.
Step inside the first British Concorde, experience the thrills of a working flight deck, and witness a dramatic air-sea rescue on the Aircraft Carrier Experience plus much more! The perfect all-weather venue means you can visit anytime of year for a unique and unforgettable experience.
Come and enjoy the Fleet Air Arm Museum with all the family today!
Tour of the Fleet Air Arm Museum
The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Yeovilton houses one of the largest collections of historic Royal Navy aircraft dating back over 100 years.
What to see
Plan a visit
The Museum is located at Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton - also known as HMS Heron. It is on the B3151 just off the A303 and A37. It is accessible from the M5 motorway, junction 25 at Taunton. If you are using a Sat Nav device, the postcode is BA22 8HW
The Museum is accessible via rail and public transport: Visitors are advised to access mainline routes to Yeovil Pen Mill, Yeovil Junction or Castle Cary stations.
Please note you will need to book a taxi to and from the museum if using a rail service.
Accessibility is important to us. We are continually striving to improve our overall position to provide as much access as we can to all who visit our site. For any questions regarding access in advance of your visit, please contact us by telephone on 01935 840565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Museum has a large car park (230 spaces) which is situated to the left immediately upon entering the site, 15 spaces are allocated to disabled visitors. All Parking onsite is FREE and no advance booking is required. The Museum Ground Floor entrance is approx. 50m from the Car Park.
Be aware that the site is a working Naval Air Station and certain areas may present difficulties to visitors who use wheelchairs, with a restricted mobility or who are visually impaired. Access to the Museum is either via a large staircase (situated around 40 metres from the car park) or via a pedestrian gate on the ground floor.
Registered disabled visitors to the Museum should purchase an appropriate ticket according to their age. They are eligible to bring along a carer for free if required. A complimentary day ticket can be allocated to the carer on request at our Ticket Desk on arrival and is included with the online ticket purchase.
Approximately 95% of the Museum is fully accessible by those in wheelchairs and the Museum has a number of wheelchairs freely available for visitors to use. To book a wheelchair in advance please contact us by telephone on 01935 840565 or email email@example.com.
There are lifts giving access to most exhibits on the first floor. Areas which have restricted access without use of a lift include inside the fuselage of Concorde and some upper galleries within Hall Two.
Hearing "induction loops" are installed at the Ticket Desk, Information Office and on audio information points in Halls One and Four.
The Museum has easy access toilets and baby changing facilities. These facilities are located in Halls One, Two and Four.
For those with visual impairment, we are happy to arrange a guide for you to assist you with your visit. Assistance dogs are of course welcome. The Museum's Visitor Experience team are pleased to welcome those with learning difficulties and individual practical sessions can be arranged along with guided tours as appropriate. Please contact us on advance by telephone on 01935 840565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange any additional access requirements.
Facilities we have available on site are:
- Accessible Toilets.
- Baby Changing Facilities.
- FREE Wifi (registration required).
- Internal Picnic Area.
- Café (Warnefords – Hall One).
- Internal Soft Play and External Play Area.
We regret that there is no access to internal facilities to non-ticket holders, this includes Warnefords Café and toilets.
Located in Hall One inside the Museum, Warnefords Café serves a variety of sandwiches, hot pasties and sausages rolls, delicious cakes and other tasty treats alongside a wide range of hot and cold drinks. With children’s lunch boxes, vegan and gluten free options available daily, it’s the perfect spot to recharge and refuel for a light lunch or snack during your visit.
We are proud to serve a variety of items sourced from local Somerset suppliers including:
- Sandwiches and Danishes from Mortimers Bakery, Yeovil
- Cake and Flapjacks from Victoria’s Cakes, Wincanton
- Flapjacks from Honeybuns, Sherborne
- Ice Cream from Marshfields
- Lemonade from Hullabaloos, Axbridge
- Phat Pasties, made in Cornwall
You are welcome to bring your own picnic. During summer months picnic benches are available on the designated grassed area in front of the Museum or you are welcome to utilise table space within the Warneford’s Café in the museum.
Find out more information on our dedicated school visits page.
For information on group visits please email your requirements to email@example.com.
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