American Air Museum
Be the first to explore the new American Air Museum, which reopens on 19 March after an extensive transformation and redevelopment.
The exciting new exhibition tells the story of Anglo-American co-operation from the First World War to the present day through the personal stories of those men and women who are intrinsically linked with the aircraft on display and enriched by fascinating objects from their lives.
Hear directly from those whose lives have been shaped by their experiences of war – from Duke Boswell, who jumped out of a C-47 transport aircraft on D-Day, to Huie Lamb, a fighter pilot who was forced to ditch his P-51 Mustang in the Channel.
Explore dramatic displays of historic aircraft, innovative interactives and hundreds of objects from letters, uniforms to personal objects – many of which have never been on display before.
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