Newark Air Museum

Newark Air Museum We are located on part of the former World War Two airfield of Winthorpe in eastern Notts, close to the border with Lincolnshire. Very little remains of the original wartime buildings and what remains of the original runways are no longer fit for use.

In addition to the aircraft the museum displays a diverse display of aviation artefacts and a collection of more than thirty aero engines. Each year the museum organises and hosts a diverse range of Special Event Days, details of which are regularly updated here on the website. We urge you check out the different pages that detail everything from our list of aircraft and cockpit through the excell

In addition to the aircraft the museum displays a diverse display of aviation artefacts and a collection of more than thirty aero engines. Each year the museum organises and hosts a diverse range of Special Event Days, details of which are regularly updated here on the website. We urge you check out the different pages that detail everything from our list of aircraft and cockpit through the excell

Operating as usual

We are now live on Twitter!
18/01/2015
Newark Air Museum (@NewarkAirMus) | Twitter

We are now live on Twitter!

The latest Tweets from Newark Air Museum (@NewarkAirMus). Official Newark Air Museum Twitter. We are located on part of the former World War Two airfield of Winthorpe in eastern Notts, close to the border with Lincoln. Drove Lane, Newark, Nottingham

Happy new year everyone!We hope everyone has had a great year and are looking forward to 2015. Please take note of the n...
31/12/2014

Happy new year everyone!

We hope everyone has had a great year and are looking forward to 2015. Please take note of the new admission prices for the museum that will be active from 2/1/2015. The museum will be closed on New Years Day.

Thank you, and we hope to see you in the new year. :)

Happy new year everyone!

We hope everyone has had a great year and are looking forward to 2015. Please take note of the new admission prices for the museum that will be active from 2/1/2015. The museum will be closed on New Years Day.

Thank you, and we hope to see you in the new year. :)

Here's a sneak peek at our Second Hand book and Model Sale taking place this Saturday 10am - 4pm.Admission for all visit...
04/09/2013

Here's a sneak peek at our Second Hand book and Model Sale taking place this Saturday 10am - 4pm.

Admission for all visitors is £4, Books starting at just 50p. Don't miss this opportunity for a bargain day out for all the family!

Newark Air Museum's cover photo
04/09/2013

Newark Air Museum's cover photo

Newark Air Museum's cover photo
30/08/2013

Newark Air Museum's cover photo

Address

The Showground
Newark
NG24 2NY

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm

Telephone

01636707170

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Hello! We visited a few days ago and thought you might like to view the video we made. My son is incredibly attached to his flight suit and I think is now firmly a new fan of the red arrows! ☺️
Visitors checking over the choppers at Newark Air Museum
Buccaneer at Newark Air Museum
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My family and I have just visited the museum today. We had a great time seeing all the the beautiful aircraft. Everyone was friendly and helpful. Social distancing was easy and it was very well organised. Thank you for a lovely day.
From One Wing To Another. The hidden things we find in our fabulous region... here we take a look at the airfield in Osberton. There's some amazing photographs from our friends Newark Air Museum! https://issuu.com/madeinn/docs/made_julyaug_issue17_issuu/32
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Did you know we’re just a short car journey from the Newark Air Museum? 🛫 Why not take a trip to the museum and immerse yourself in aviation history before popping into The Riverside for a drink in the sunshine or bite to eat? ☀️🍻🍽️ With tasty bar snacks, tapas-style small plates, sandwiches and larger meals we have something to suit every appetite! Newark Air Museum View our menus here 👇 https://buff.ly/2AfTkHu