Farnborough Air Sciences Museum
Film & Sound
Fine Art & Drawings
Technical Drawings on Photographic Glass Plates
During WW1 the Royal Aircraft Factory printed some half a million plans of their designs of aircraft. These were distributed around the woodworking industry to produce fuselages, wings and tail units to meet the desperate need for aircraft on the Western and other Fronts.
Many of these plans were photographed and survive in our photographic archive.
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.
MUSEUM OPENING HOURS
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>>