The Yorkshire Air Museum receives no continuous financial aid from local or national government. The Museum’s finance is totally derived from income … Read More
The Museum blog is updated regularly, as well as guest articles by some of the interesting people we meet. Not just our latest news, here you will find articles about our exhibits, the history of the air museum and some of the amazing people who served in conflicts in aviation history.
Our Shop offers a selection of carefully chosen gifts for aviation enthusiasts. From amazing publications such as the Ferry Pilots Notes, to aircraft sponsorship options which allow you to support the museum’s aircraft and enjoy personal tours of your chosen aircraft, there will be something in our store for everyone. Our payment interface is PayPal.… …..
In addition to our role as an aviation museum, the Yorkshire Air Museum is also the Allied Air Forces Memorial. In fact the Memorial aspect was the fundamental reason for the founding of the Museum back in the early 1980’s. The Memorial recognises and commemorates the achievements and sacrifice of allied airmen and women in… …..
The Yorkshire Air Museum sits on the site of former RAF Elvington in North Yorkshire, a World War Two airfield used extensively by Allied bomber crews during the war. It is also the home of the The Allied Air Forces Memorial. We are open every day of the year apart from Christmas Day, Boxing Day… …..
This new exhibition traces the amazing feats of the very first aviator – a sheep called “Montauciel” who ascended in the Montgolfier Brothers hot air balloon in 1783 – to the mighty World War One “Zeppelin” airship bombers and the effects this new form of warfare had on civilian popultions. It traces the development of… …..
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The Yorkshire Air Museum sits on the site of former RAF Elvington in North Yorkshire, a World War Two airfield used extensively by Allied bomber crews … Read More
Our Shop offers a selection of carefully chosen gifts for aviation enthusiasts. From amazing publications such as the Ferry Pilots Notes, to aircraft … Read More
Welcome to The Yorkshire Air Museum
Established in the grounds of the former RAF Elvington, the Yorkshire Air Museum is the UK's largest independent air museum and home to the Allied Air Forces Memorial
The Allied Air Forces Memorial
In addition to our role as an aviation museum, the Yorkshire Air Museum is also the Allied Air Forces Memorial. In fact the Memorial aspect was the … Read More
Against The Odds
This original wartime building contains the definite Bomber Command exhibition which explains in a dramatic and factual way the history, reasons and … Read More
New – Gas Bags to Super Zeppelins
This new exhibition traces the amazing feats of the very first aviator - a sheep called "Montauciel" who ascended in the Montgolfier Brothers hot air … Read More
Pioneers of Aviation
With rarely seen images and unique displays, this exhibition, created in 2010 was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and took over 2 years to … Read More
Support The Museum
Your support is fundamental to help us maintain the heritage of our historical site, care for our precious Collections and keep the memories of war … Read More
Set against a unique backdrop of historic aircraft and buildings, The Yorkshire Air Museum is located close to the City of York, next to the Elvington … Read More
Pre World War Two Aircraft
Our constantly growing collection of Pre World War Two Aircraft is complemented by our new Pioneers of Aviation exhibition in 2010. Below is the … Read More
World War Two Aircraft
Our World War Two Aircraft collection is probably best know for our Handley Page Halifax "Friday The 13th". But our collection extends beyond this … Read More
Post World War Two Aircraft
Alongside the collection of Cold War Aircraft, we have a collection of both civilian and military aircraft from the period after the Second World War. … Read More