In July 2016 I tagged along my eldest two sons and the Waterlooville based Training Ship (TS) Active Marine Training Corps on their visit to the RAF’s Fleet Air Arm Museum based in Yeovilton, Somerset.
The museum was easy to find, parking was free, and entry to the museum good value for money. The museum comprises of multiple different halls and exhibits, with flying vehicles from many eras. Exhibits include a early bi-planes, World War II aircraft, an ‘Aircraft Carrier Experience’ (lots of fun), the first British built Concorde, supersonic Fairey Delta 2 (the first aircraft to fly at more than 1,000mph), and exhibits that marked the Falklands Conflict, WW 2 Pacific Theatre, and the Battle of the Atlantic.
It’s a brilliant family day out, there is at least 2 to 3 days worth if you wanted to see and experience everything the museum offers.