Farnborough Air Sciences Museum


Test Pilots Memorial
















The Test Pilots Memorial in the Museum commemorates those Test Pilots and Crews who lost their lives whilst furthering the understanding of aircraft design and flight.

A plaque is sited on the outside of the Museum and in the Museum is a commemorative memorial volume explaining in more detail the major aspects of the relevant flight.

The Memorial was unveiled on the 1st May 2013 by Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown with the added presence of John Farley, an ex-RAE Apprentice and Test Pilot best known for his Harrier exploits.

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