Continuing the World War II theme which is engaging my eldest we have been on a visit to one of the RAF Museums. I had to drive south from my parents to get there into the northern edge of London. I don't think I have driven that way since I lived at home. I am not a fan of driving in cities, I find the push and shove really daunting these days, but I managed to come out of it unscathed thank goodness for sat nav!
I took a camera out with me but completely failed to get it out of the bag, so no pictures. The Musuem was busy as it was half term but it is so big there was room for everyone. We visited a hanger of planes from World War II, a hanger charting the milestones in flight, a hanger of bombers from both World Wars and a brilliant interactive gallery with loads of hands on exhibits all to do with flight and flying, we spent over an hour in there at the end of our visit.
If you ever find yourself in that part of the world give the place a visit the museum is free but you pay a small amount for parking. It is great for all ages!