Welcome to AirSpace
AirSpace is a vision of the future for our aviation history.

Imagine a £23.7 million unique exhibition area worthy of our magnificent aviation heritage. Imagine being up close to over 30 of the rarest and most treasured military and civil British and Commonwealth aircraft. Imagine some of these aircraft suspended above you, as if in flight. AirSpace will be an inspirational display space for some of the world's most impressive feats of engineering.

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We’ll keep you updated on our progress on this website. You can also take an online Hangar Tour of this stunning space, try your hand at our interactive Aircraft Recognition Game and read all the latest IWM Duxford news.

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AirSpace and Learning

AirSpace will offer excellent learning experiences ranging from the informal to the most detailed and specific which will cater for all ages and levels of interest.

The exhibition will concentrate on Britain’s Aviation Heritage, the aviation industry and its influence on the world.

In addition to the main exhibition of historic aircraft, AirSpace will also contain an area devoted to aircraft conservation, a range of supporting exhibitions and galleries and a purpose built learning suite.

The formal learning programme, under the professional leadership of our Education team, will support and be supported by the opportunities available in the wider exhibition where a very broad range of approaches will be employed. The aim is to provide a stimulating environment where all generations, abilities and interests can learn at an appropriate level.

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