Welcome to the




Visit our Museum shop. We have plenty of gifts for all the family.

Aircraft models and kits, toys, T-shirts, scarves, glassware etc ... and tea towels, lots of tea towels!

See our shop page for more details of what we have to offer

The Museum will now be open on Sundays only until and including 12th December. We will then be closed for Christmas/New Year

(2022 opening dates to be confirmed lookout for updates on this website)

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last admission 3.30 p.m.

Please note, in view of the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19 visitors can use their own discretion regarding the use of face masks when visiting the Museum. There will be a maximum of 40 visitors at any one time and a one way system will remain in place throughout the building. 
The Trustees and staff look forward to welcoming you all.



Without Gift Aid

With Gift Aid




Over 60’s



Children 5 – 16



Children under 5



If you are a UK tax payer and gift aid your admission fee we can claim back 25% from the Government


Tours of the main aircraft hangar available during museum opening hours for a minimum donation of £2. 

The museum is now part of the

Wheels of Time Scheme

And is an accredited learning establishment for the
Kent Children’s University

Disabled Access

If you are a disabled visitor we are pleased to say that all

of our displays are fully accessible by wheelchair.

We do not have disabled toilets at the museum but they are available on the airfield.

2 Disabled parking spaces are available outside of the museum. These spaces are for visitors to the museum only they are not for general use by visitors to the airfield who should use the public car park. Spaces are available on a first come basis to book a parking space please ring 24 hours in advance of your visit on 07852771527 to arrange to be let in the security gate.

 We have a Wheelchair available for your use should you need it.


The museum is fitted with CCTV with 24 hour recording for the purpose

of crime prevention and public safety. All activities are recorded to aid prosecution

of criminal activities.

Visitors enter the museum at their own risk. Children must be kept under strict adult supervision at all times, due

to the nature of material on display. Dogs are not allowed in the museum (except for assistance dogs).

The Right of Admission is Reserved

Registered Charity 279883


Headcorn Aerodrome, Headcorn, Ashford,

Kent TN27 9HX

Tel: 01622 891810 during museum opening hours

01622 631799 - 01622 890226

Email: lashendenairwar@gmail.com


Photographs copyright LAWM unless stated




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