We will be open again for 2017 on Easter Saturday, 15th April 2017.
Opening times are 10.30am to 4pm, Easter until end October. Entry is free although your donations are appreciated.
Parking is provided adjacent to the memorial and immediately in front of the museum. (N.B. There are two museums on site – the Davidstow Moor RAF Memorial Museum is the first one you come to.)
The latest book by D.C. Keast reveals more of the operational activities of Davidstow Airfield and what life was like on the airfield during the Second World War.
The book delivers personal stories, straight from the heart as told by those who lived and served.
The book is available from Davidstow Moor RAF Memorial Museum priced £8.50, or by post for £10.00 (inclusive of postage &packing.)
RAF Memorial Museum
Tel. 01840 213266
Mob. 0779 655 6939
This museum gives a truly atmospheric feel with displays of authentic memorabilia and photographs connected with the airfield and personnel who served at this the highest airfield in the UK at 970ft.
Between phase one and phase two we have a display in a hut called the Sgt Jenkinson P.O.W display. Sgt Philip Jenkinson was a mid upper gunner in a 10 SQDN Halifax. Shot down in 1943 over Germany, he became a P.O.W. This is a truly unique collection displayed thanks to the Jenkinson family.
Houses in a large collection of 1.72 scale aircraft models.
A Bletchley park display.
A Pigeons at War exhibit includes a Dickin medal and animal heroes of WWII.
A large airfield map and layout of RAF Davidstow Moor with photographs of buildings past and present.
A collection of aviation artifacts from South West aviation historical society built up over 40 years by Graham Lewis from Devon and Eddie Walford from Cornwall.
We have over three thousand(!) fragments of aircraft from Spitfires to Hawk jets, all displayed with information about each aircraft, crew etc.
131 aircraft are presented from Devon and Cornwall, plus 15 Battle of Britain aircraft and 26 from around the UK and world, including parts of V1 and V2s.
Here are two very large transmitters which were saved from the Bodmin Moor BT Station by the Mid Cornwall History Group, from the cold war era.
Opening hours 10.30am – 4.00pm
7 days a week – Easter Saturday until the end of October.
Free entry. Donations appreciated
Wheel chair and dog friendly.