Group visits at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome
At Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, we welcome group visits, coach trips, school trips, educational visits and special interest groups. Your visit can be tailored to suit your needs, with an average visit lasting up to half a day.
Take delight in being welcomed into the Mess Hall to the sounds of 1890s pianolas and enjoy activities such as talks, a Stow Maries film screening, sing-alongs, lunch or afternoon tea, and tour of this unique site.
We are open from 10am – 5pm every day, except Tuesdays. Visits on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays presently offer a private experience as the aerodrome is closed to the public.
Catering for you
We can provide food and drink, from tea or coffee with cake, to a full afternoon tea or three-course meal. The team can also cater for all dietary requirements on request.
We presently do not accept group visits on our event days, but you can book individually. Please see our event listings for more information.
If you wish to book or discuss a visit, please complete our booking form. E-mail us direct at email@example.com
Free Entry to the Aerodrome and Donate if you Wish
03.06.17 - 03.06.17
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More details to follow...
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