de Havilland Aircraft Museum
- Telephone 01727 826400
- Seasonal times First Sun in Mar to last Sun in Oct: Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 10.30am–5pm with last entry at 4pm.
- Admission Adults £8; Senior citizens and students £6.50; Children 5–16 £4.45; Family 2 adults + 2 children £20; under 5s free.
- Website www.dehavillandmuseum.co.uk
The oldest aviation museum in the UK is devoted to conserving and celebrating the de Havilland heritage, and features aircraft from a 1939-vintage DH82 Tiger Moth to a BAe 146 short-haul airliner. There are fuselages of no less than three of the legendary but ill-fated Comet, the first jet airliner to enter commercial service, and many of the planes can be explored internally.
The museum has a programme of exhibitions and events.
The museum is located by exit 22 of the M25. The nearest train station is Potters Bar (East Coast Main Line); take the B556 westbound.