Newark Air Museum re-opens

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18 May 2021
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The museum on the border of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire is to re-open from Wednesday, 19 May.

The Newark Air Museum (NAM) is a registered charity and like many similar organisations it has been closed throughout the first part of 2021 due to the Covid-19 lockdown.

In mid-April it undertook a limited re-opening of the external display areas at the 16-acre site and the Museum Shop, both of which have proved quite popular with visitors. The Museum is pleased to announce that it will re-open its main Indoor Display buildings at 10am on Wednesday 19 May, 2021; under the Step 3 Guidelines issued earlier this week.
Initially this will involve visitors making their way around the internal displays at the museum following a one-way system in the Engine Hall, Display Hangar 1 and Display Hangar 2. For the time being the Small Objects Display building will remain off limits and all visits will take place in line with the relevant Covid-Secure Regulations, such as the requirement to wear a face covering inside; provide Track & Trace details for each member of the group; rule of 6; etc. These specific guidelines may be subject to change.

As part of this re-opening the Museum Shop will also be open and socially distanced indoor seating will be available in the Café. Pre-Covid admission rates will apply: Adults £9.50, Over 65s £8.50, Children £5.00 and Family ticket (two adults and 3 children) £26.00.
 
2021 Museum special events
An Outdoor Aeroboot/Aerojumble is being organised for Saturday, 3 July, 2021.

The Cockpit-Fest 21 & Aeroboot event has been rescheduled to take place on the August Bank Holiday Weekend of 28, 29 and 30 August, 2021.

The Autumn 1940s Weekend event has been rescheduled to take place on 2 and 3 October, 2021.

 

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