GLOUCESTERSHIRE'S JET AGE MUSEUM
We are now open to the public.
• We have revised our opening times to 1.00pm – 4.00pm, Saturday and Sundays only
From weekend 7th and 8th November 2020 the opening hours will change to 12pm (midday) to 3pm Saturday and Sunday only
• No charge for admission, however donations welcome
• Compliance with COVID-19 secure requirements will limit the number of visitors at any one time, and there will be no access to cockpits.
• Social distancing obligations remain throughout and visitors must wear face coverings in the museum
• Subject to availability the Shop and café will be open
• It would be appreciated that any artefact/book donations are kept until the time that the museum is properly able to cope with them after the COVID-19 pandemic and we return to a more normal opening
• Due to COVID-19 Secure arrangements there may be queuing outside. This might be during inclement weather. Please come prepared.
Welcome to THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE AVIATION COLLeCTION at jet age museum
We celebrate Gloucestershire’s rich aviation heritage from the early days of flight, through the birth of the Jet Age to the present day.
Jet Age Museum is staffed only by volunteers, some of whom flew in aircraft we have on display. Come and visit, ask questions and learn about the history of aviation in Gloucestershire and beyond. We aim to preserve the past and inspire the future.
Learn about our Exhibits
Jet Age Museum has a wide range of aircraft, engines and restoration projects on display.
You can learn about our aircraft, projects and artefacts online, but there is no substitute for a visit, our knowledgeable volunteers are on hand throughout your tour to answer any questions you may have.
Visit our Open Cockpits
We offer timed guided tours of our Avro Vulcan bomber cockpit and our Hawker Siddeley Trident airliner. Please note that due to limited space and the steep access ladder, Vulcan tours are not suitable for small children, disabled guests or those with claustrophobia. The Trident is reached by a set of steps and may not be accessible to some disabled visitors.
Support our work
The museum and our restoration work is run entirely by volunteers and financed by charitable donations.
We need donations, parts for restoration and willing volunteers.
Think you could help? We’d love to hear from you.