Friends of The Helicopter Museum

Planned Museum Events to August 2019

Experience Flights at The Helicopter Museum
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July 14th 2019 Sunday North Somerset Model Show
with Workshops, Trade Stands and Competitions
10.00am to 5.00pm
July 14th 2019 Sunday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
July 27th 2019 Saturday Drone Racing with Live, Inflight Footage on Large Screens Details Awaited
July 28th 2019 Sunday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
July 28th 2019 Sunday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
August 2nd 2019 Friday Magic at The Museum Details Awaited
August 4th 2019 Sunday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
August 4th 2019 Sunday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
August 7th 2019 Wednesday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
August 11th & 12th 2019 Sunday & Monday Navy Wings Weekend Details Awaited
August 12th 2019 Monday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
August 12th 2019 Monday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
       
August 14th 2019 Wednesday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
       
August 18th 2019 Sunday World Helicopter Day Details Awaited
August 18th 2019 Sunday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
       
August 21st 2019 Wednesday Magic at The Museum Details Awaited
August 21st 2019 Wednesday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
       
August 25th 2019 Sunday *Helicopter Experience Flights From 2.00pm
August 25th 2019 Sunday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
       
August 28th 2019 Wednesday Magic at The Museum Details Awaited
August 28th 2019 Wednesday Open Cockpit Day 10.00am to 5.00pm
       
       
* Helicopter Experience Flights
*All Experience Flights are dependent on the weather and may be cancelled at short notice. If you have booked a Flight we strongly advise you to phone the Museum, on 01934-635227, before starting your journey.

The inclusive cost of admission to The Museum and a 7-minute Helicopter Experience Flight, in 2019, is £50.00 for adults, with reductions for Senior Citizens, Students and Children.

The Museum has published a 12-page booklet, compiled by Elfan ap Rees, which is designed for members of the public who are taking their first helicopter flight or are thinking of doing so. Simple drawings explain how helicopters work and why they are much safer than many people think. The booklet will be issued free of charge to passengers who book Museum Experience Flights. It is also being sold at the Museum bookshop and is available by mail order at £1.25. Bulk orders are available to other operators and training schools.

Facilities and Opening Times

The Museum, with FREE on-site car-parking, has over 80 exhibits, all under cover, and a friendly café, temporarily within the main hangar, which offers a restricted menu and service while the construction of a new visitor entrance and facilities building is in progress.

Museum admission charges in 2019 are £7.50 for adults and £4.50 for children (4-15) with reductions for students, seniors and family groups.

The Museum Shop (HeliWorld) sells the largest range of Helicopter oriented books, magazines, models, model kits, toys and souvenirs in the UK. There is also a a helicopter-themed Outdoor Play area for the under 12s, adjacent to the Picnic Area and the Sue Cullum Toy Helicopter Collection.

On Open Cockpit Days our experienced and dedicated volunteers will be in The Museum's main hangar to talk to visitors and answer questions about the stunning collection of Helicopters. (See dates above.)

The Helicopter Museum is 5 minutes from Junction 21 of the M5 motorway and is open Wednesday to Sunday all year, plus Bank Holidays, 10.00 am - 5.30 pm (10.00 am - 4.30 pm with last entry at 3.30 pm - 1st November to 30th March), except that it is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
Open daily throughout the Easter and Summer School Holidays.
 
Group discounts and free guided tours are available. Free parking. The Café is open to non-visitors to the Museum.

Please phone (01934)635227 or email helimuseum@btconnect.com for more information about Opening Hours, Experience Flights, Open Cockpit Days and Special Events.

The Helicopter Museum is a registered charity with much of the work being carried out by volunteers. It receives no local or government subsidies, relying on visitor revenue, volunteer support and donations to cover its costs and overheads.
The World's Largest Helicopter Museum can be found at:
Weston Heliport
Locking Moor Road
Weston-super-Mare
Somerset
BS24 8PP
All events mentioned above are at The Helicopter Museum except for the Weston Air Festival which takes place on Weston-super-Mare seafront.  
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