Here you find an overview of all exhibitions at Royal Air Force Museum, London in Edgware. Besides the current temporary exhibitions, the overview lists permanent exhibitions, upcoming exhibitions and past exhibitions.


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First World War in the Air
31Dec

First World War in the Air

Eleven years after the first powered flight, aviation emerged as a force capable of changing the face of battle. In 1914 the Royal Flying Corps numbered just 1,500 people. By 1918, when the Royal Air...

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War Brides
15Sep

War Brides

Global conflict and the mobilization of troops during World War II brought couples together who would never have met in that era. Although marriage was discouraged by the military, tens of thousands o...
Name Your Plane
09Jan

Name Your Plane

Across its wings, each plane carries the name someone who died while serving in the Flying Services during the First World War, who is buried or commemorated in the British Isles. Thousands of childr...
Three Pilots - One War Exhibition
09Dec

Three Pilots - One War Exhibition

Our latest First World War in the Air temporary exhibition is inspired by the experiences of three pilots during the First World War. Each pilot comes from a different country – Peter Falkenstein fr...
RAF Inspired : The Furniture Makers
30Sep

RAF Inspired : The Furniture Makers

Rycotewood Furniture Centre has been a highly respected institution for the past 75 years and holds on to its strong roots in skilled craftsmanship and woodworking. Its students are currently working...
RAF Day - Private Event
10May

RAF Day - Private Event

2018 marks 100 years of the RAF and on Thursday 10 May the Royal Air Force Museum is inviting Veterans and current serving RAF personnel from across the world to celebrate RAF Day at the Museum. Dur...
Wings of Love
19Feb

Wings of Love

‘Wings of Love’ is inspired by sweetheart brooches from the Museum’s collections, on display in this exhibition. Sweetheart brooches were gifts typically in the form of regimental badges, given by air...
Royal Air Force Photographer of the Year.
30Sep

Royal Air Force Photographer of the Year.

The Royal Air Force Museum will be celebrating the superb achievements of Royal Air Force Photographers following the judging of the Royal Air Force’s annual Photographic Competition which is now in i...
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