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Our purpose is to tell the story of the RAF through its people and collections. Entry is free from 10am daily. Tweets by Paul, Karen & Michelle.
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RAF Museum 11h
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RAF Museum 12h
RT : Went to Cosford yesterday, which was nice. May or may not have thing for German fighters...
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RAF Museum 13h
If you are looking for ideas for your 's days.... then the Learning team at Cosford can help! This can range from single activity workshops to a whole day of fun-filled learning sessions. Find out more at:
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RAF Museum 13h
The next Trenchard Lecture takes place at the University of Wolverhampton on 27 June. Dr Graham Cross will consider President Roosevelt’s thinking on air power in a Transatlantic context. Places at the Lecture are free and can be booked at:
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RAF Museum 14h
London: Calling residents! If English is your 2nd language & you're struggling with it, you're welcome to join our Conversational Café every Wednesday in Claude’s Restaurant. Our next meeting is 19 June. Pls drop in:
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RAF Museum 15h
It was a challenging week for the team. One filled with injury, chafing, blisters and the heavens opening regularly. But they completed their 101 miles. To read their blogs & to support their raising £101k pls see
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RAF Museum 15h
On display at until 19 June is the Tempest Concept Model.This project focuses on technologies and skills to support the UK’s world leading combat air capability today and into the future.Thank you for allowing us to display it
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RAF Museum 16h
Looking for ideas for a treat this weekend? How about a visit to London or Cosford? We are open daily from 10.00am and admission is FREE! (parking charges apply)
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RAF Museum 17h
On 14 June 1919 John Alcock and Arthur Brown took off from Lester's Field, St John's, Newfoundland on a daring escapade. What they did next was to successfully make a flight that many considered impossible. Here we tell their story in animation at
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RAF Museum 17h
RT : We don't let the weather defeat us! Despite rainy conditions ☔ this week, & Regiment Band peformed an indoor sunset ceremony for at the 🎶🎼. We would like some sunshine now though please! 🙏☀️
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RAF Museum 17h
Cosford Armed Forces Weekend takes place on 29-30 June. Visitors will enjoy a range of nostalgic activities suitable for all the family as we celebrate and pay tribute to heroes past and present. Admission is free (parking charges apply) more details at:
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RAF Museum 18h
: Step back in time to the early hours of 17 May 1943 and onto G-George with our Immersive Histories Virtual Reality Experience. Tickets are on sale now at £10.00 per person.
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RAF Museum 19h
In 1944, the jet fighter was the newest aerial weapon. Jon Summerfield, Visitor Experience Assistant at the RAF Museum Cosford, tells the story of the interception of the de Havilland Mosquito PR XVI of No. 544 Squadron by the new Messerschmitt Me 262 at:
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RAF Museum 20h
For , we are challenging you to walk, run, jog, swim or bike 75K in 75 days. The Challenge began on 6 June, the day of the landings, and you will have until the 20 Aug to complete it. Entry is £20. For more info go to:
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RAF Museum 20h
For those of you taking part in our Spitfire 10K events at London and Cosford, here is the 2019 tshirt design (£10 each) and new running vest (£12 each) which are cheaper if you order before 28 July, details at:
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RAF Museum 21h
Fancy spending the night at our Museum? Tickets are currently on sale for our Night Flight stayover on 13 July. Activities include themed films all night, talks and tours. Adults only. For further details, please go to:
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RAF Museum 21h
In her latest blog, Nina Hadaway, looks at Alcock and Brown's ground breaking flight across the Atlantic in 1919 and the commemorations that are taking place this weekend to celebrate the centenary of their achievement: @alcockandbrown100
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RAF Museum 22h
OOTD: A painting by Capt Cuthbert Julian Orde, Artist 'Bombing Up A Wellington' at
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RAF Museum 22h
: In 1936, the prototype Vickers Wellington (K4049) made its first flight from Brooklands. A total off 11,461 of the twin-engine bombers were built.
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RAF Museum Jun 14
RT : Excellent evening. Thanks to for the outstanding and relevant setting and support. Great to see and local engaging with veterans, regulars, reservists, history and ceremony.
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