Visit the Royal Air Force Museum in London for a great day out for all the family, whatever the weather. With its interactive galleries, kids and grownups alike can explore the first 100 years of the RAF, its roles today, and what it could do in the future. Don’t miss the First World War In The Air display, where personal artefacts, medals, letters and uniforms will be
displayed alongside a collection of First World War aircraft, brining inspirational stories to life. For the little ones, there’s the Little Swifts activity on the second Tuesday and last Thursday of the month, where under fives’s can enjoy arts and crafts, games, stories and songs, all centred around aviation.
• Free entry
• www.raf museum.org.uk
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