Discover this rare opportunity to see historic wartime aircraft seen in flypasts at major national celebrations. Book a guided tour to experience close-up access of these iconic aircraft. An enjoyable experience for all and especially for the aviation heritage enthusiast.
see behind the scenes
experience living history
The Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre keeps history alive. BBMF is one of the most treasured hangars in the Royal Air Force. It is a fully working hangar for an operational flight of the Royal Air Force with breathtaking history.
RAF Coningsby is a military environment so no bags are permitted on public tours. There is no secure storage on site but phones, cameras, wallets and purses are allowed and can be carried in a small carrier bag.
Café and Aviation Themed Shopping
Visit The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Tea Bar. Choose from a selection of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks. Enjoy a visit to the gift shop. Shop pictures, prints, books glassware, model aircraft, sweatshirts and more.
Rare and unique opportunity to see historic wartime aircraft up-close
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre is a unique and special aviation heritage site housing the Lancaster PA474, Douglas Dakota ZA 947, six spitfires, two hurricanes and two chipmunks inside the hangar.
Experience exclusive up-close access to these famous aircrafts that are well-known for appearing in British state occasions, notably Queen Elizabeth II’s Trooping of the Colour as well as attending other key international events. Enjoy this celebration of Lincolnshire’s unique, diverse and impressive aviation heritage.