Farnborough Air Sciences Museum






































A selection of experimental and production aircraft adorns the outside display areas of the Museum. Space is limited so the range is restricted to those types used for flight trials at Farnborough, or used as test specimens in the laboratories.

The RAE Hawker Hunter (WV383), nicknamed Hecate – Lady of the Night – was used for expanding the RAF’s night and poor weather operational flying capabilities. FAST has a complete cockpit with all the original display systems to allow high-speed low-level flight at night.

One of the last operational Lynx HA5 stands in complete form alongside a Harrier T4, also in complete form. A fine example of the English Electric Lightning T5, which is on loan to the Museum, stands as the gate guard.

Enquiries & Access

If you wish to see any of our archives or artefacts, or to enquire whether we have a particular item, please see Enquiries & Access for details and forms.


Saturdays, Sundays and
Bank Holiday Mondays
10.00am - 4.00pm


The FAST Museum RE-OPENED on Saturday 31 July 2021.

The Wind Tunnels remain CLOSED, but we expect an update on this very soon.

Covid Secure Guided tours of the Man-Carrying Centrifuge are running.


All postponed events are currently being rescheduled and dates will be posted soon>>


Trenchard House
85 Farnborough Road
Hampshire GU14 6TF

Tel: 01252 375050
Email: secretary@airsciences.org.uk
(Office manned Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays)

Arts Council Accredited Museum