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Open Tuesday to Sunday

10.30am to 5.00pm (last admission 4.00pm)

Closed MONDAY except Bank Holidays


No need to book tickets in advance. Please just turn up and pay on the day. We will be asking you to pay by Credit/Debit card

Gift Aid Prices shown below include a donation which enables us to reclaim tax on the whole ticket price under the Government’s Gift Aid scheme

Adult – £14
Concessions* – £12
Child (5-16) – £8
Family – £35

Standard Prices
Adult – £12
Concessions* -£10.90
Child –£6.50
Family – £31.50

*seniors over 65 /serving armed forces/emergency services/disabled visitors

Free Entry for carers of disabled visitors


The de Havilland Aircraft Museum, Salisbury Hall, Shenley, London Colney AL2 1BU

The Museum is located next to Salisbury Hall in the Hertfordshire countryside just off Junction 22 of the M25 and outside the ULEZ. With lovely wide open spaces and free parking, there is a small cafe serving hot drinks, sandwiches, pastries & cakes with outdoor picnic tables and a lovely shop stocked with models, diecasts, books, clothing and branded merchandise.  We have two huge hangars (the Walter Goldsmith Hangar and the Geoffrey de Havilland Hangar) with most of our collection undercover protecting you and our artefacts from the weather. There is a third hangar (the Amy Johnson Hangar) where you can view our volunteer restoration teams at work. There is an outdoor grass aircraft park with eight other aircraft, some of which we try to make available to visitors when the ground is dry and firm. 


Model show:
Clubs Displays, Vendors, Books Sun May 19

Music at the Museum:
Swing at the Museum: Featuring The Fleetville Swing Band and Carol Nash. Plus a Mosquito ‘roll-out’ and a chance to get close to this iconic aircraft Sat June 22

Museum Tours: (led by one of our knowledgeable guides) at 11:30 every Wednesday for an additional charge of only £5.
These Wednesday tours are best suited for individuals or small groups, who would like a conducted tour of the Museum. Larger groups are encouraged to make a dedicated booking via the Visit Us / Group Tours page of our website.

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.