Last updated 07 September 2021
The FAST Museum is OPEN to the public on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Whilst the government guidance no longer mandates the wearing of face coverings, we respectfully request that vistors continue wear face coverings whilst in the museum buildings to protect the volunteers and other visitors.
General enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
“The perfect day out”
Absolutely adored this museum. The investment in ensuring this part of Farnborough’s history stays in people’s minds is absolutely wonderful. The volunteers were exceptionally helpful, informative and full of decades worth of experience. An added bonus is that some of the static aircraft are also open to visitors to sit in. The perfect day out!
“Awesome aviation and superb science”
What a brilliant little museum! I loved the eclectic mix of aircraft science memorabilia. The enthusiastic staff were on hand to explain everything. The replica of Cody’s airplane was superb and the audio recording of his first flight really brought the exhibit to life.
“A wonderful tour”
What a wonderful tour of the FAST museum in Farnborough. A diamond that is missed by most locals but what a treat. The place is run entirely by volunteers – I was amazed by their knowledge and experience. They made us feel so welcome. We were there for 2 hours but barely skimmed the surface of the heritage they are custodians of.
“Great for all ages”
Easy to find and simple parking. Variety of planes and cockpits outside but the goodies were inside. All those pieces of history flooding my 10 year old’s brain and me like a kid in a sweet shop reading all the info from WW1 to Concorde. The most important factor are the people who volunteer. They are the true spirit of aviation in this museum. I loved it and so did my 10 year old son.
Aircraft on Display
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>>