What does RAF Cosford do?

What does RAF Cosford do?

RAF Cosford in Shropshire is a major part of the Defence College of Technical Training (DCTT). It is at the centre of the RAF’s mission to deliver flexible, affordable, modern and effective technical training that meets the needs of the UK’s Armed Forces now and into the future.

What planes are at RAF Cosford Museum?

The Spitfire forms the centrepiece of a new display, where the RAF’s frontline fighters, the Spitfire, Hurricane, Gladiator and Defiant are face to face with their German rivals the Me 109 and Ju 88, to tell a coherent story.

Is Cosford Museum free?

Admission to all areas of the Museum is Free of charge and donations are welcome.

What is in Hangar 1 at Cosford?

This hangar is home to the RAF Museum Cosford’s collection of transport and training aircraft, Aero Engines, Art Gallery, History of Cosford, and German Second World War missiles. Over the last year, Hangar 1 has been used to deliver our workshops to school groups in a safe and socially distanced manner.

What is there to do in Cosford?

The best places to go & things to do around Cosford

  • PLAY @ Lower Drayton Farm.
  • Air Space Wolverhampton.
  • Baggeridge Country Park.
  • Bantock House Museum & Park.
  • Barrier Reef Leisure Pool.
  • Bilston Craft Gallery.
  • Black Country Living Museum.
  • Blists Hill Victorian Town.

Do you have to book to go to RAF Cosford?

School visit FAQ’s The RAF Museum Access and Learning team are excited to announce the launch of the new learning programme. We are also accepting self-guided school visits. Due to COVID-19, all schools must pre-book a visit through the Access and Learning Team.

How much is parking at Cosford Air Museum?

If you are arriving by car or motorbike you will be required to pay for parking. If you are arriving by car or motorbike you will be required to pay for parking. The charges are £5.00 for 0 to 7 hours. Coaches and minibuses are not required to pay car parking charges.

How much is parking at Cosford?