Private Tour

Highlights RAF Museum London & the Battle of Britain




2 hours



  • Take a thrilling guided tour to some of the best highlights of the RAF Museum London
  • Learn about Britain at war and its dominance in air battles while seeing the very aircraft that fought over the skies of Britain and the world
  • Visit 3 new innovative galleries exploring the first 100 years of the RAF
  • See up-close a spectacular collection of authentic restored military aircraft
  • Visit up-close an original Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe RW393
  • Enjoy open spaces outside of London, away from large crowds


This tour offers a comprehensive tour of the main galleries of the world-class must-see RAF Museum of London. This one-of-a-kind tour includes a fully guided tour of the new immersive galleries exploring the first 100 years of the RAF, its role today, and its future contribution. Learn all about Britain’s military dominance since the 20th century while seeing up close a collection of over 60 spectacular aircraft from the Avro Lancaster, the infamous de Havilland Mosquito, The Hawker Tempest 2 in addition to a collection of Spitfires and the American North American B-25 Mitchell and Mustang to name but a few.

Tour guests can also discover fascinating RAF stories, as well as get up close to a spectacular collection of aircraft spanning over decades in this world-class museum offering visitors a powerful exploratory tour that will inspire and offer surprising stories of the world’s oldest independent air force in a dynamic setting.

As part of their 75th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Britain, the Royal Air Force Museum in Hendon, this tour offers an opportunity to see up-close an immaculately presented Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe RW393 as your local guide immerses you in the world of a wartime pilot and how it felt before heading off on a mission to battle the Luftwaffe. Whether you are a novice or have a more in-depth knowledge of Britain’s dominance in the skies, this professionally curated tour will inspire one’s curiosity and knowledge while experiencing a part of England’s aviation history that most visitors do not get to enjoy.

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Before you book
  • We cannot accommodate strollers or baby carriages.
  • Wheelchairs, motorised scooters, or any other device to assist mobility are not recommended.
  • Participants should be in good health, consult first with your doctor if you have any medical condition or are not used to regular exercise.
  • Wear comfortable shoes as this tour involves a fair amount of walking, including over uneven surfaces, cobblestones, hills, inclines/declines and stairs.
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
  • Changes or cancellations requested less than 24 hours before the tour departure time are not possible.
  • Minimum numbers apply, there is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation.
  • Anybody under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by somebody aged 18 years or older.