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The museum has wide aisles and is spacious
Visitors inside the nose section of the Chinook helicopter in 'RAF in the Age of Uncertainty: 1980 - Today' exhibition at the RAF Museum London
Alinkers walking bike at the RAF Museum London
Beanbags in the outdoor green space at the RAF Museum London

The Royal Air Force Museum London welcomes everyone and aims to ensure an enjoyable visit for all.  We offer a wide range of facilities for visitors who require additional assistance during their visit.


The Museum offers designated parking for disabled visitors which is near to the entrance. Car parking charges apply.

Alinkers at RAF Museum London

Wheelchairs and Alinkers 

The Museum has a number of manual wheelchairs available free of charge. They can be pre-booked by calling 020 8358 4818 or e-mailing

We also have three Alinkers available. The Alinker is a non-motorised walking-bike without pedals.


Quiet rooms

We have Quiet Rooms available on request in Hangars 1,3 and 6.

Toilet facilities

All our hangars have accessible toilets. All have baby changing facilities except Hangar 2.

General access

We have step-free access around our site. All of our hangars offer the following:

  • Wide aisles, enabling access for wheelchairs and pushchairs
  • Lifts to upper levels
  • Seating for breaks during your visit
  • Free wi-fi is available


  • Large print guides are available in our new exhibitions in Hangar 1 and 6
  • All the films in Hangar 1 and 6 have subtitles
  • All audio handsets in Hangar 1 and 6 have an integrated hearing loop, switch hearing aid to T position
  • Exhibitions in Hangars 1 and 6 include tactile models. ‘RAF Stories’ in Hangar 1 also includes smells and sounds, bringing the exhibits to life
  • RAF Museum Tours: When you see an icon of a mobile device, enter the text into your browser to access display information. For example:

Assistance Dogs

Assistance dogs are welcome at the Museum and water bowls can be requested at the entrance.

Information for visitors with autism

This guide may be useful for planning your visit.

You can download a trail or a tick list which you may wish to use during your visit.

Information for wheelchair users

This guide may be useful in planning your visit.

Fire Alarms

The Museum's fire alarms are sound only. Museum staff wearing red or high-visibility vests will direct visitors to the nearest exit. 

Further information

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


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