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This is part of the IWM. There are displays about what it was like when American pilots came here during the war. The main part is all those planes; there is about 15 of them including huge ones such as the B52 which is an...More
This is the US pavillion, part of the Duxford Imperial war Museum. This very modern building houses some of the most known US aircrafts, such as the SR-71, the U2 and the SAM-2 that down it, the B17, B24,B29 nd a B-52. Many other models...More
Lost count of the times I`ve been here over the last 40 years, but still find more to see and learn about.
This is a busy place and always has new and exciting things to see. Especially the ongoing projects in the "working hangar".
A hangar chock full of classic iconic american planes with many stories behind them. So thrilled to see them all and really well laid out. Also a piece from the world trade tower there. We saw this last as part of our visit to IWM...More
This hanger was one of my favourites. So many WW2 and cold war classics. It was actually my daughter (14) that suggest this visit as she had previously been with the school. Really impressive collection spread over a huge distance. This would need to be...More
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In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally... More
In my opinion you could do both. The American Museum could be visited in 2 hours, with the rest of your time devoted to the other museums/attractions. The advantage is there are cafes/toilets at both sites. I personally would also look at the restoration hangars where you can see the aircraft being serviced, restored. A great day out, you will enjoy it.