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Your memories of a day out at the Fleet Air Arm Museum can last a lifetime.

We are one of the South West's leading tourist attractions and if you're looking for things to do in Somerset, put us on your list!

We're proud to be a recipient of a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence for the Fleet Air Arm Museum


Your visit

We advise visitors to allow four hours to see the whole Museum. Most visitors' day out starts with exploring one or two of our Exhibition Halls, followed by a light lunch/coffee in the Warnefords Tea Room and the remaining Exhibition Halls in the afternoon.

During a day out at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, you will see Europe's largest naval aviation collection, the first British Concorde and the award winning Aircraft Carrier Experience.

Special Event Days

Please note that the visibility of and access to the Museum's exhibits may be restricted on the Museum's special event days. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Security and luggage storage

The Museum does not have a left luggage repository therefore visitors are advised to leave their bulky belongings in their vehicles. The Museum does however have a small area where motorcycle helmets etc may be safely stored for the duration of visit. Visitors may be subject to security searches.


If planning a day out with the children, please note that children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult throughout the Museum.


Dogs are not permitted inside the museum, except for Guide Dogs.


For more information about what to expect when visiting the Museum in terms of safety, please visit the Coronavirus page.