Text Box: BDAC is a hands on museum
You can sit in many of our powered cockpits and aircraft,
Take a tour with our knowledgeable and friendly guides,
Watch restoration activities,
Just wander round the Collection of aircraft, operational aircraft, cockpits, weapons, trials equipment, and models as you wish.  Please see the exhibit pages for what may be available to see and sit in, or
Try your hand at “flying” the Link simulator.
You may take as many pictures as you want.
We have a shop selling aviation related items and there is a café on the airfield.
You can also enjoy watching the light aircraft operating from the Old Sarum grass airfield and enjoy their other excellent facilities see Old Sarum.
You can enjoy a flight in a Tiger Moth, please see GOFLY web site for details.
Please note that what is available to sit in depends on the availability of guides at the time of your visit and other commitments.
BDAC is a working environment and we take Health and Safety seriously.  We encourage visitors to get into the cockpits and enjoy touching the exhibits.  However, aircraft have sharp edges and protrusions which can hurt if you walk or run into them.  We ask that the exhibits are treated gently and with respect as they are not toys and can be damaged easily. 
We particularly ask that children are supervised at all times.

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