The museum comprises ten different display areas. It has been developed over the last 15 years over four phases and six outside displays.
- The history of RAF Davidstow Moor and those who served here 1942-1945.
- Many photographs and personal stories unique to the museum.
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.
- Large collection of model aircraft.
- Coastal Command display and model U-Boat.
- A large airfield map and layout of RAF Davidstow Moor with photographs of buildings past and present.
- A Pigeons at War exhibit includes a record of Dickin Medal winners and animal heroes of WWII.
- Houses in a large collection of 1.72 scale aircraft models.
- A Bletchley park display.
- A collection of aviation artifacts dug up in Devon and Cornwall by the South West Aviation Historical Society.
- Cold War display
- Two large transmitters saved from the Bodmin Moor BT Station by the Mid Cornwall History Group.
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.