Hopefully this will go ahead as planned this year, the Duxford IWM calendar at present shows this as being an empty day, I've not bothered contacting IWM events to book us in as thats when it seemed to go pair shaped...
Looking at going on Sunday the 10th May..
Opening times are 10am till 6pm
looking to get there for 10.00 / 10.30am..
Kids (0 to 15) Free
There is a group discount for 10 or more visitors, this would bring the cost down to £12.80..
Duxford IWM Website
Some of the attractions at Duxford:
AirSpace is the story of British and Commonwealth aviation. Since the pioneering days of flight, Britain and the Commonwealth have played a major role in the field of aircraft development. The Aircraft Hall contains over 30 historic British and Commonwealth aircraft, including military and civil types.
Concorde, on display in AirSpaceThe Exhibitions Gallery is a fun and interactive family exhibition, with displays for all ages and all levels of interest. It provides an introduction both to the aircraft in AirSpace and to some of the themes you can explore elsewhere at Duxford.
American Air Museum
The American Air Museum in Britain stands as a memorial to the 30,000 American airmen who gave their lives flying from UK bases in defence of liberty during the Second World War, and also honours those who fought in Korea, Vietnam, Libya, Iraq and other conflicts and battles of the 20th and 21st centuries.
This outstanding example of contemporary British architecture houses the largest collection of American warbirds on display outside the United States, including a vintage B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator, B-25 Mitchell, P-47 Thunderbolt, and aircraft from the Cold War era such as a B-52 Stratofortress, SR-71 Blackbird and F-4 Phantom, with many suspended from the ceiling as if in flight.
The Land Warfare Hall
Over the course of the twentieth century, the mechanisation of warfare has altered forever the way battles are fought, won and lost. From the awesome artillery barrages of the First World War, through the giant tank battles of the Second World War, to the high-speed mechanised conflict of today, the Land Warfare Hall charts the nature of this change.