Accessibility

There are wide aisles in the hangars ensuring access for pushchairs and wheelchairs is very easy. A limited number of manual wheelchairs and motor scooters (weather permitting) are available for loan on site at no charge, but donations are welcome. These are available on a first come first served basis at the Admissions Desk on arrival in the Visitor Centre.

Car Parking charges apply, click here for details.

Toilets and baby change facilities are available in the Visitor Centre, Test Flight, National Cold War Exhibition and Hangar 1.

Our Visitor Centre now also houses a Changing Places Toilet. Features that this Changing Places Toilet offers include:

• Ceiling track hoist for full room coverage
• Adult size height adjustable changing table
• Shower
• Peninsular WC
• Height adjustable wash basin
• Privacy Screen
• Emergency alarm system
• Grab rails and drop-down support rails
• Hand drying equipment
• Large waste bin and sanitary/medical waste disposal bin
• Large paper/couch roll and dispenser

The National Cold War Exhibition is on two levels and there are lifts at each end of the building.

Animals, other than registered Assistance Dogs accompanying their owners, are not allowed inside any building. Please be aware that there is no parking with shade on a hot day.

If you have any further questions on accessibility please contact the Museum on 01902 376 200 or cosford@rafmuseum.org.

The RAF Museum Cosford Access Statement can be downloaded as a pdf below:

We plan trips around access and personal care, so this makes visiting the RAF Museum accessible for us. Anita Heir
‘Having the Changing Places toilet has enabled us to plan the day and we’re not restricted on time. We have the freedom to plan a day out for all our members and the facilities are beautiful.’ Tracey Cook
‘The Museum’s new facility caters for every disability, it has lots of room, is very bright and the bed caters for larger people. It will be really helpful for families with a disabled member, it will give them the opportunity to enjoy a day out together when they know the facility is available.’ Sandra Betts
‘It’s vital when we go out that we have facilities for people to use. Changing Places toilets is something we can’t always find but having one so close will make days out so much better.’ Julie Green
‘Changing Places are a vital facility for the disabled community and their carers. There are over 1,600 Changing Places rooms in the UK, but this facility is one of the most beautifully designed with the mural of the sky. It’s a great facility for users and carers and ensures the Museum is an attractive day out for everyone.’ Nick Kent