Royal Air Force Museum

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Royal Air Force Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum is an historic site dating back to the very beginning of aviation in the UK. Claude Grahame White established an aircraft factory at the site before the beginning of the First World War and continued production throughout the war. Between the wars it became known as the London Aerodrome and hosted huge pageants attracting thousands of people. The first loop-the-loop is recorded at the site, as is the first night flight and the first airmail.
During the second world war it became 'RAF Hendon' and played a significant role in the Battle of Britain. Several buildings erected throughout this time still exist, including two large hangars from 1912 which house the majority of the museum collection, although sadly the runway no longer exists.
The museum has large grounds which are often used by production companies for their unit base when filming locally. We have previously worked with Big Talk Productions, Assembled Productions and the BBC among others.

Price per day £500
Available for hourly hire Yes
cold water
cafes/shops around
highway nearby
other sound disruptions
negotiable price
step-free access
off street loading
16 amp socket
standard door access
high ceilings
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City London
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