It is quite simple to get to the RAF Museum London which is easily accessible by road, underground, rail and bus. Situated approximately 9 miles from Central London, the museum tells the fascinating story of the Royal Air Force through an extraordinary collection of aircraft ranging from the early days of flight to modern day jets. Of special interest are the aircraft used during WWII, including the Spitfire and the Hurricane. The RAF museum provides interactive displays, allowing visitors to climb into and through many of the aircraft. A visit is highly recommended both for history lovers and for families with kids looking for a memorable day out. For more information, and what to see at the RAF museum, click here to check out our dedicated page.
A Spitfire. How to get to the RAF Museum
How to get to the RAF Museum:
The address is: RAF Museum London, Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL
** For Sat Nav users, use postcode NW9 5QW
Located about 30 minutes’ drive from Central London, use the M25, M1, A41, A5 and North Circular (A406) roads to get to the RAF Museum. There is car parking at the site for a small charge.
The Museum is located 10 minutes walk from Colindale Underground Station, which runs on the Northern Line. Make sure to take the Edgware Branch of the Northern line, and not the High Barnet Branch to get to the RAF Museum.
There is a bus that passes the entrance of the Museum
The closest rail station is Mill Hill Broadway, which is a 20 minute walk away.