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If you would like to take the controls of a Sea King Helicopter, or sit in the Navigator's seat of a Nimrod, at Morayvia you can! With a selection of both indoor and outdoor exhibits which you can sit in/climb aboard and touch, there's something for...more
All reviews sea king fire engine all ages on display volunteer staff well worth a visit great museum explain things shop area ex raf kids and adults an absolute gem military aircraft excellent shop two sons brilliant afternoon knowledgeable and friendly staff
Took some old kit to donate and as it was not open to the public at the time, had a guided tour of the display courtesy of Jim Simpson.
Great opportunity for kids, young and old to see the various items on display. Not many...More
Visited with my family last weekend. An amazing trip down memory lane in more than one way. Access is via North Rd in the old RAF KInloss Southside Married Quarters where we lived whilst serving on 3 different tours at Kinloss and the exhibition is...More
Took my kids here on Saturday, as my son is fascinated by fighter jets and I was not disappointed. It was incredibly interesting and lovely talking with some of the volunteers who were RAF personnel at one time. They gave us interesting facts, and it...More
What an excellent display of aircraft. The staff couldn’t be more helpful, and very knowledgeable. You won’t get any closer to aircraft than this. Grandkids loved it, and I’ve been three times now. £5 adults and £3 kids.... what a bargain! I’m going back definitely....More
Have visited twice now in only a few weeks. Most recently went yesterday and I have to say the exhibits and the staff are absolutely amazing. Was quite quiet so we pretty much got a guided tour round everything which was great for my 13...More
Visited today, and as an aviation enthusiast, was completely bowled over. Excellent displays inside and out (looking forward to the Valiant exhibit being completed). The staff are very knowledgable and nothing is too much trouble (John:- ex 8 and 120 squadrons, was especially helpful from...More
My husband and I went for a visit today. My husband had been before and was very keen to return. This was my first visit and I must say that I was blown away with the range of displays, the information and back ground stories...More
We visited last Sunday & our only problem was that we didn’t get there until 3pm & they were closing at 5pm.....we could’ve spent all day there easily. The veterans were full of information & lots of reminiscing ..... very captivating. Would highly recommend.
Amazing small museum that packs a lot of punch. The magic of the place is the access to the aircraft and cockpits along with a hugely knowledgeable volunteer staff who are ore than happy to share their experiences.
As well as the aircraft, there are...More