|Headcorn Aerodrome, Kent|
|TN27 9HX||South East|
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The modern-day Headcorn airfield has grown from the former wartime Lashenden Advanced Landing Ground. The museum presents wartime Lashenden and aviation in Kent, including parts from a large number of aircraft wrecks.
At Headcorn Aerodrome, nine miles south of Maidstone on the A274 in Kent.
Open Sundays and Bank Holidays 10.30 am to 6.00 pm, Easter to October 21st; Sundays 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, late October to Easter.
Free but donations to RAF charities welcomed.
Toilets, Parking, Cafe, Souvenir shop, picnic area.
|View of the museum building and F-100F
(photo, Keith Mason)
List of Aircraft Exhibits
|Displayed I.D.||Aircraft Type||Real Identity||Condition||Status|
|ZF587||BAC Lightning F.53||ZF587||Nose||Displayed|
|84||Dassault Mystere IVA||84||Complete||Displayed|
|–||Fieseler Fi 103R-4 ‘V-1’||BAPC.91||Complete||Displayed|
|100549||Focke-Achgelis Fa 330A-1||100549||Complete||Displayed|
Notes: Westland Whirlwind HAS.7 XN380 has now moved to RAF Manston, Vampire T.11 WZ589 has moved to Rochester, Kent. North American F-100F Super Sabre 63938 has been scrapped after being hit by a taxying aircraft and seriously damaged. Vampire T.11 WZ450 has been sold and moved off site.
|F-100F 63938 (photo, Keith Mason)||Mystere IVA 84 (photo, Keith Mason)|