FAST Museum

About

The Farnborough Air Sciences (FAST) Museum is located adjacent to the Farnborough airfield and holds a collection of aircraft (actual and model), satellites, simulators and other unique material related to Farnborough’s Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE). Facilities include flight simulators, galleries & collections, museum shop, coffee lounge, wheelchair accessible, and car parking.

Normal opening times are 10.00am-4.00pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Please check the Museum Operational News Update page on their website prior to your visit.

Guided Tours:
-Pre-booked Museum tours by adult groups are welcomed on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10 am and 4 pm. This includes refreshments on arrival, illustrated talk, and guided tour.
-School/Youth Group visits can be arranged for Tuesdays or Thursdays and include a talk and guided tour.

About Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (F.A.S.T)

Founded in 1993, Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (FAST) is a registered charity and a fully accredited national museum. FAST exists to safeguard and promote Farnborough’s great heritage in aviation science – an important educational resource and an internationally significant part of the nation’s scientific progress. All their activities are volunteer-led and they have been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
General admission: free of charge (donations welcome).
Car park: free of charge
Special events & exhibitions may charge an admission fee.
Pre-booked museum tours by adult groups: £15.00 per person (subject to a minimum of 5 persons)
School & Youth groups: £5.00 per child

Find out more

Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (F.A.S.T)

Telephone
01252 375050

Email
secretary@airsciences.org.uk

Website
https://airsciences.org.uk/

Location

Trenchard House
85 Farnborough Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 6TF

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