Did you know that this April will mark ten years since our Nimrod XV250 landed here at Elvington? Our springtime Thunder Day is a wonderful chance to celebrate that emotional occasion when her flying career drew to a close
Join us for a long weekend of celebrations of the victory and a commemoration for those who sacrificed so much to deliver a peace in Europe that we are still able to enjoy today.
Join us on the evening of 9th May 2020 for the biggest celebration to take place here at RAF Elvington since the end of World War Two
A diverse range of the Museum’s historic aircraft will all be available for you to climb aboard and experience first hand for yourself.
Do you know what the first animal in space was? Why did Halifax Bomber crews carry pigeons on WW2 night missions? And what was the name of the rabbit that actually flew on bomber missions from here at RAF Elvington in wartime?
A chance to see a huge array of very early motorcycles, all live and running as they set forth from the Museum to ride around the nearby Yorkshire Wolds, before returning here for an afternoon on display for visitors.
Women’s Services Memorial is an opportunity to commemorate and reflect on the sacrifice made by women in warfare and armed conflict across the history of aviation.
This year on Allied Air Forces Day we are commemorating the immense contribution made by the Allied Air Forces during the Battle of Britain.