The museum has extra wide aisles for both push & wheelchairs

The Royal Air Force Museum London offers a wide range of facilities for visitors who require additional assistance during the course of their visit.

Accessibility Statement


The Museum offers designated parking near to its Main Entrance and Conference Reception for disabled visitors. Car parking charges apply.


The Museum has (at its Main Entrance) a limited number of manual wheelchairs for visitors use.

These wheelchairs are available free of charge and should be pre-booked by dialling 020 8358 4818 or e-mailing

Please note: The Museum has a limited amount of manual wheelchairs and at times may not be able to furnish individual requests.

Visitors with Autism

The museum has prepared a couple of free information packs for those visitors with autism who wish to come to our London site. Both packs are free to download.

These are:

Toilet Facilities

All buildings within the Museum have disabled toilet and baby changing facilities.

General Access

All of our Galleries offer the following:

  • Wide aisles, allowing access for wheelchairs and pushchairs
  • Lifts to the Museum's Upper Levels
  • Substantial seating for breaks during the course of your visit.

Assistance Dogs

Assistance dogs are welcome at the Museum, and water bowls can be requested from both reception desks.


Blue Assist

We are a partner of Blue Assist UK and staff are trained in Blue Assist awareness. Just look for staff wearing the Blue Assist Badge. 

Further information

If you have any further questions about accessibility at this London tourist attraction please contact the Museum on 020 8205 2266 or email us at


Opening Hours

10am - 6pm [last entry 5:30pm]
A car parking charge is payable.

Contact us T: 020 8205 2266
T: 020 8358 4964 (24Hr info line)

RAF Museum London, Grahame
Park Way, London, NW9 5LL

Please use postcode NW9 5QW.

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