WE ARE OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK TUESDAY TO SUNDAY AND BANK HOLIDAY 10.30am-5.00pm!
OUR E-ADMISSION TICKETING SYSTEM IS NOW OPEN.
PLEASE BOOK YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE TO GUARANTEE YOUR SLOT ON THE DAY OF YOUR CHOOSING
Put your safety belt on and take an exciting flight around our Museum
The Museum at Salisbury Hall is in the Hertfordshire countryside near to the M25 with lovely wide open spaces, FREE parking, picnic tables, huge hangars with most of our collection undercover protecting you and our artefacts from the weather.
We’ve opened our Amy Johnson Hangar where you can view our volunteer restoration teams at work.
DH MOSQUITO B35 COCKPIT EXPERIENCE -BOOK NOW
The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is the only Museum in the world to have three DH Mosquitos on display where the prototype was designed and built. We are pleased to announce that we are providing a unique opportunity for visitors to enter our Mosquito B.MK.35 Cockpit and our Curator will provide a very special commentary on the aircraft, its controls and history.
The Mosquito Cockpit Experience requires a £50 donation or more to our New Hangar Fund and as we will be abiding by the Governments COVID 19 Social Distancing regulations only one visitor can enter the cockpit wearing face covering/disposable gloves and the cockpit will be sanitised after each “experience”
Book your Mosquito Cockpit experience by e mailing Aeroshop@dehavillandmuseum.co.uk
e-Admisson Ticketing is now open. Please book your tickets in advance
Our E Admission Ticketing system and one way visitor flow allows you to explore all areas of the museum so we are confident that we will not need to restrict visitor numbers. Your E Ticket enables you to choose your date and makes entrance to the museum contactless and easy.
Your WEB receipt is your E Admission Ticket so please either print or show the receipt from your Mobile phone to the Admissions Staff.
*Members and Season Ticket holders are not required to book an E-Admission Ticket
If you prefer to pay for admission when you arrive at the Museum we will ask you to complete a short contact details form to comply with the Government’s Track & Trace scheme which needs to capture the information for ALL visitors. This information will be retained for 21 days and we will adhere to current GDPR practices.
We are able to welcome our visitors while adhering to the Governments current social distancing guidelines including compliance to the new Rule of 6.
It is mandatory to wear a face-covering (face mask or face shield) when you visit any museum.
The Museum has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, has a Risk Assessment in place (Click Here) and a process to maintain cleanliness. You’ll find hand sanitising stations throughout the museum, feel free to use them. There are actually very few surfaces that you need to touch, principally around the toilet areas and the occasional doorway
We look forward to welcoming you to our Museum and your support in these challenging times. Like many other independent small charities we depend on the generosity of its friends and supporters to help us to continue our work in preserving the de Havilland Heritage. As we are now closed we hope you will consider making a donation. You can make a donation by clicking here.
Like many other independent small charities we depend on the generosity of its friends and supporters to help us to continue our work in preserving the de Havilland Heritage. As we are now closed we hope you will consider making a donation. You can make a donation by clicking here.
TripAdvisor Review 20th September 2020
“Really enjoyed my first visit to this museum. Having spent the morning at the RAF museum in Hendon, I noticed that it was only a 15 minute drive to pop over to the De Havilland Aircraft museum so paying a visit was a no brainer. Very interesting exhibits, many of which have cockpit viewings on offer at no extra charge. This particular museum is home to my favourite jetliner, the Comet of which they have 4 on show! 1 being an original mark 1 full length fuselage (minus its wings) 2 are forward fuselage sections which are displayed outside and the final is the empty shell of another forward fuselage section which has been farmed for parts to help with the refurbishment of the Comet 1. Many other interesting aircraft, engines and weapons on display and a very well stocked shop and cafe, ample free parking and accessible toilets. The best part of my visit was meeting some of the lovely stewards who look after the museum. I had several very informative conversations and learnt a few things I didn’t know before. Great bunch a guys and a museum that I will definitely be visiting again and would highly recommend to others.”