Brian Butson

Posted on 27 September 2022 In Exhibits

The English Electric Canberra is a very popular exhibit which you can climb into and see what it’s like to be the pilot or navigator […]

Posted on 27 September 2022 In Exhibits

The old Fleetline double-decker bus has been one of our most popular exhibits at the museum over the years, enjoyed by many children and adults. […]

Posted on 27 September 2022 In Projects

The North American Harvard has been at the museum for many years. It has always been one of those exhibits that we all agreed needed […]

Posted on 4 July 2022 In Exhibits

The museum has now acquired an Air-Command 582 gyrocopter. This was designed as a single seater autogyro in the early 1980’s for construction by amateur […]

Posted on 1 July 2022 In Shop

A number of genuine aircraft instruments are now for sale in the museum shop. . They come from a variety of aircraft and are being […]

Posted on 1 April 2022 In Operations

We are open every day* from 1000-1700 with the last entrance at 1600. There is no need to pre-book your visit (except for large groups) […]

Posted on 7 February 2022 In Exhibits

The De Havilland Vampire has been at the museum since we moved to the current site in 2007. Unfortunately, the years have taken its toll […]

Posted on 25 November 2021 In Recruitment

As a self-supporting charity, the museum is always looking for help. Whether you are an aviation enthusiast or not the likelihood is that you have […]

Posted on 12 October 2021 In Exhibits

The restoration of the Hawker Hunter XG160 has now been completed following 18months of hard work by two of the Museum volunteers Jim Dunsmore and […]

Posted on 8 March 2020 In Schools & Group Visits

Children’s Party Experience You can organise a Children’s Party with a difference at Bournemouth Aviation Museum, ideal for birthdays. It will be a party that […]