Welcome to Tangmere
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is situated in a corner of the old RAF Tangmere airfield, famed for its illustrious service from 1916 through to the post-war years. It was opened by a group of aviation enthusiasts in 1982 to promote public awareness of the United Kingdom’s military aviation heritage, educate present and future generations in military aviation and serve as a memorial to airmen and airwomen who gave their lives in the service of this country.
The Museum is home to an impressive display of historic aircraft and a unique collection of aviation memorabilia stretching from the First World War through to the Cold War. Amongst the many attractions, are numerous interactive displays and several aircraft simulators for visitors to experience. There is something for all members of the family to see and do.
NEW! WHO SHOT ROMMEL?
Click HERE to read a fascinating illustrated article by the Museum’s archivist, Reg Byron, in which he takes a new look at the mystery surrounding the attack on Erwin Rommel’s staff car in Normandy in 1944.
The Museum’s Deputy Curator Projects Pete Pitman and Curator…
The Museum’s Deputy Curator Projects, Pete Pitman and Curator…
A New Look at the Evidence by Reginald Byron, Archivist.
On Thursday 15 August 1940, Prime Minister Winston Churchill was at Fighter Command Headquarters,…
Tangmere Museum has 3 computer controlled Flight Simulators for visitors to ‘fly’.