The museum is set to reopen mid September - please see below, and the 'Admissions' page to book tickets.
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.
The airport has a cafe run by the Wales Air Ambulance staff - at present, because of the Covid-19 situation, they are offering meals to eat outside.
Covid-19 and admissions:
Because of the pandemic, we are only able to open to a limited number of visitors who must book online before arrival - please see the 'Admissions' page. For the safety of museum staff and visitors, all visitors, including children over the age of 12, are required to wear face protection. Some small areas of the museum may be closed to ensure social distancing, and we can no longer allow access to any cockpits.
Toilets - visitors were previously able to use the conveniences located in the airport cafe, but these are no longer accessible, and we regret that we are unable to provide toilet facilities.
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.