These pages will give you an insight into the history of this great airfield. The importance it played during wartime, the people involved, the planes etc. Accompanying the text are some great pictures that also tell their own stories.
Please Note:
There are no full scale planes on exhibit.
To view the latest version of the Hurricane Newsletter, click on the above logo. For previous editions click here
If you are researching names, relatives, dates, places etc. Click on the Museum navigation button for options. If you need further information, we may be able to help you. Click here to email our secretary with your query.
Latest News URGENT APPEAL WHY NOT BECOME A MEMBER OF NORTH WEALD AIRFIELD MUSEUM? We need new members to help keep the museum solvent. We have no funding from Councils or any other source so your membership counts! Click here to see the various options available. Becoming a member ensures longevity of the museum and helps preserve our heritage.
In stock!  RAF North Weald - A Pictorial History By Dave Eade
Our one time price £10 + £4.50 p+p (UK)
or
£10 + £8.50 p+p (EU)
We have limited supply of this truly amazing book with stunning pictures and illustrations. Foreword By Rt Hon Lord Tebbit CH and is full of history and key information about RAF North Weald. Previous retail price £19.99. For a sneak preview of what to expect inside the covers, click here.
North Weald Airfield Museum is a registered charity, no 1081157. Run and staffed by volunteers.
The museum has some original Clive Kidder oil paintings for sale. Click on advert for more details.
North Weald Airfield Museum is a registered charity, No 1081157. Run and staffed by volunteers.
North Weald Airfield Museum has joined Military Aviation Heritage Networks. There is a welath of information to be found on other museums and also has a ‘group heritage trail’. Click on the logos for more information.
The museum is currently struggling, like everyone else, to survive with very little income in these trying times. Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising free donations for North Weald Airfield Museum with easyfundraising? Click here for more info.
Scan the QR code to leave a review of the museum on Google My Business. Thank you.
Local Accommodation If you are looking for accommodation local to the North Weald Airfield Museum, you can find a great range of lodges, cabins and appartments here.
Call 01992 523010 (weekends)
We are now open for the summer season (inc Bank Holidays). Opening hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 12 -5pm with last entry at 4pm. Please take time to leave a review on Google My Business, Trip Advisor etc. Thank you. If you are a group and would like to visit ‘out of hours’ (any time during the year) email us here and we can see if we can fit a visit in for you (dependant on volunteers being available). We take all credit cards so you can now pay cashless (or cash if you prefer).
When visiting the museum, why not make a day of it by going to the Squadron or Rosey Lea to take in the airfield and its’ planes and helicopters. If it is a cup of tea/coffee or afternoon tea or even lunch you require, Rosey Lea is there to please!
The North Weald Airfield Museum stands as a tribute to aviation history. Located on a historic World War II airfield, it offers visitors a unique journey through time. The museum showcases vintage aircraft, artifacts, and exhibits, preserving the rich heritage of aviation. It educates, inspires, and pays homage to the pioneers of flight, fostering a deep appreciation for the evolution of aerial technology.
2024
Dates Trustee Meetings 26 March 21 May 23 July AGM 24 Nov
End of Year Celebrations The end of year ‘party’ will be on Sunday 15 December at 3pm. All members welcome.
This year’s open day will be on Sunday 8 September. If you want to have a stall contact the museum. All welcome.
As part of the 80th Anniversary of D Day. There will be a Beacon lighting ceremony outside the museum at 9:15pm on 6th June. All are welcome and the museum will be open from 8pm. Please come and have a look around and don’t forget to leave a small donation. Thank you.
To view the latest version of the Hurricane Newsletter, click on the above logo. For previous editions click here
Latest News URGENT APPEAL
In stock!  RAF North Weald - A Pictorial History By Dave Eade
Our one time price £10 + £4.50 p+p (UK)
or
£10 + £8.50 p+p (EU)
We have limited supply of this truly amazing book with stunning pictures and illustrations. Foreword By Rt Hon Lord Tebbit CH and is full of history and key information about RAF North Weald. Previous retail price £19.99. For a sneak preview of what to expect inside the covers, click here.
Above, the memorial stained glass window is the first thing you see on arrival at the Museum. This was unveiled by Lord Tebbit, who was an RAF pilot at NW
If you are researching names, relatives, dates, places etc. Click on the Museum/Remembering button on the navigation panel for options. If you need further information, we may be able to help you. Click here to email our secretary with your query.
WHY NOT BECOME A MEMBER OF NORTH WEALD AIRFIELD MUSEUM? We need new members to help keep the museum solvent. We have no funding from Councils or any other source so your membership counts! Click here to see the various options available. Becoming a member ensures longevity of the museum and helps preserve our heritage.
These pages will give you an insight into the history of this great airfield. The importance it played during wartime, the people involved, the planes etc. Accompanying the text are some great pictures that also tell their own stories.
North Weald Airfield Museum is a registered charity, No 1081157. Run and staffed by volunteers.
Please Note:
There are no full scale planes on exhibit.
North Weald Airfield Museum has joined Military Aviation Heritage Networks. There is a welath of information to be found on other museums and also has a ‘group heritage trail’. Click on the logos for more information.
There are no full scale planes on exhibit.
The museum is currently struggling, like everyone else, to survive with very little income in these trying times. Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising free donations for North Weald Airfield Museum with easyfundraising? Click here for more info.
Scan the QR code to leave a review of the museum on Google My Business. Thank you.
Local Accommodation If you are looking for accommodation local to the North Weald Airfield Museum, you can find a great range of lodges, cabins and appartments here.
Call 01992 523010 (weekends)
We are now open for the summer season (inc Bank Holidays). Opening hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 12 -5pm with last entry at 4pm. Please take time to leave a review on Google My Business, Trip Advisor etc. Thank you. If you are a group and would like to visit ‘out of hours’ (any time during the year) email us here and we can see if we can fit a visit in for you (dependant on volunteers being available). We take all credit cards so you can now pay cashless (or cash if you prefer).
When visiting the museum, why not make a day of it by going to the Squadron or Rosey Lea to take in the airfield and its’ planes and helicopters. If it is a cup of tea/coffee or afternoon tea or even lunch you require, Rosey Lea is there to please!
The North Weald Airfield Museum stands as a tribute to aviation history. Located on a historic World War II airfield, it offers visitors a unique journey through time. The museum showcases vintage aircraft, artifacts, and exhibits, preserving the rich heritage of aviation. It educates, inspires, and pays homage to the pioneers of flight, fostering a deep appreciation for the evolution of aerial technology.
Dates Trustee Meetings 26 March 21 May 23 July AGM 24 Nov
End of Year Celebrations The end of year ‘party’ will be on Sunday 15 December at 3pm. All members welcome.
This year’s open day will be on Sunday 8 September. If you want to have a stall contact the museum. All welcome.
As part of the 80th Anniversary of D Day. There will be a Beacon lighting ceremony outside the museum at 9:15pm on 6th June. All are welcome and the museum will be open from 8pm. Please come and have a look around and don’t forget to leave a small donation. Thank you.