Open Saturday & Sunday 10am - 4pm, last entry 3pm.
Please note that the museum is not heated, and may be chilly.
As seen in the TV programme, 'Fishlock's Choice' - see the NEWS page.
Please visit the Admissions page for details of February half term opening hours.
Located on the airfield of the former RAF Llandwrog, the museum has an impressive collection of aircraft and aviation memorabilia. The museum offers the opportunity to get close up to some historic aircraft. Set on an active airfield, the museum houses iconic machines such as the Hawker Hunter, D.H. Vampire, along with the only T2 BAe Harrier remaining worldwide. Please see our website for latest additions to the collection. Part of the museum is devoted to the creation of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service, started here at RAF Llandwrog in 1942, whilst other sections describe the wartime airfields of North Wales. The gift shop sells model kits and souvenirs. Free car parking on site.
Cafe: We're delighted to say that the cafe has now reopened.
Dogs: With regret, we can no longer allow dogs into the museum.
Toilets - conveniences are located in the airport building, across the car park.
Nearly all of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users, apart from the steps up to the aircraft cockpits and two small upstairs galleries. Toilet facilities for the disabled are available in the airport cafe.
2019 Appeal for information:
We are seeking to contact anyone who might have served, or have any information about the role of RAF Llandwrog during the wartime years and beyond. Anecdotes, photos, memorabilia - if you can help in any way, please contact us via email or phone.