English Electric Lightning F1a
Get your adrenaline flowing by flying this fully restored 1960s Lightning Flight Simulator through the 'Sound Barrier'. Fly under Tower Bridge in London before climbing to 80,000 feet and beyond. Our Lightning Simulator sits in a dedicated room, so just make sure you hold on tight to the controls when the lights go down.
How are your flying skills? Why not try a vertical deck landing on an aircraft carrier in our Harrier flight simulator.
Open to all ages, this simulator provides an ideal opportunity for our younger visitors to try their hands at the controls of a WW2 Spitfire. If your child is able to reach the controls then he or she can 'bag a kill'. Who knows? They may even grow up to become an RAF pilot.
Here is an opportunity to fly our full-sized Concorde Simulator. With practice, you may even manage to get her down safely at London's Heathrow Airport. But be warned, it's not easy.
Ever wondered how difficult it must have been for Samuel Franklin Cody to make history in 1908 when he took to the air in British Army Aeroplane No. 1? Now you can find out with our lovingly built Simulator.
Note: For safety reasons there are some restrictions, including a minimum age, involved with our simulators.
Please check on the day of visiting to confirm availability (01252 375050).