Whether you want to take part in one of our staff led activities or bring your school on a self-guided visit, our aim is to make your students experience interesting and rewarding.
Groups can learn about the history of Salisbury Hall and the contribution that de Havilland made to British Aviation for over 80 years. They can get very close and into most of our aircraft and learn how they were built. Our experienced and enthusiastic volunteers actively engage with our visitors of all ages.
Students can learn how aircraft fly and are constructed. We have several exhibitions dedicated to historic events in which de Havilland were involved including WW1 and De Havilland Mosquito operations of WW2.
We also offer touch tours for the visually impaired, as well as tactile handling collections for groups wishing to focus on building social skills.
We can cater for groups of 10 pupils (with no maximum number of teachers and assistants).
Our volunteers would be please to visit your club or society to provide a presentation on the work of the de Havilland Aircraft Museum.
If you are interested in booking an activity, or would like further information, please contact the curator.
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