Flying Theatre - Bravo, Bravo! 25 July - 1 September - Tickets on sale now

RAF Museum Midlands

Get ready for take off! Explore the skies and uncover the immense history of the RAF.

- Open daily 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Free entry

Book your free tickets now

Flying Theatre: Bravo, Bravo!

Get summer off to a flying start by experiencing our unmissable, immersive family show that features performers flying through the air.  

- 25 July - 1 September

- Suitable 6+

Tickets starting at £10

Things to see and do

There is a huge array of aircraft and displays at RAF Museum Midlands.

Experience our new Flight Zone

Explore our hangars full of exhibits

Let them loose at our outdoor playground


Prebook to guarantee your place on our unmissable experiences. Plus you'll receive a 10% discount for booking online!

Glide through the skies with RAF Falcons Paradrop

Soar the skies in our Flight Simulator

Experience Tours at the RAF Museum Midlands

Fly with the Red Arrows in the 4D Experience

We can't wait to welcome you.

The Royal Air Force Museum Midlands offers a fun, award-winning day out for all the family. Entry is free and we're open daily from 10.00am.

Visit the National Cold War Exhibition with its eye-catching architecture and design. Discover Cold War stories in immersive Hotspots; explore thrilling displays of aircraft, iconic cars, models, tanks and even life-sized Russian dolls. Come and marvel at the world's oldest Spitfire and several other classic aircraft in our War in the Air Hangar.

Please note: Our outdoor playground is open daily from 10.00am. 

Children on a slide
Woman taking Selfie with Spitfire
Enjoy thrills and more in our 4D Theatre


Admission to the Museum is free of charge.


We’re located in Cosford (just 30 minutes from Birmingham) and getting here is quick and easy whichever way you decide to travel.


RAF Museum Midlands,
Lysander Ave,
Shifnal, TF11 8UP

Get directions


M6 southbound (Junction 12) via the A5, one mile from junction 3 on the M54.

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15 minutes walk from Cosford train station