Suggested Shropshire Itineraries For Groups
To Save a Nation
Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford (01902 376200) houses one of the largest aviation collections in the UK including the Warplane collection - British, American, German and Japanese aircraft from the Second World War along with more modern bombers and fighters. There is also the Transport Aircraft Collection telling the fascinating story of passenger flight and the new Fun and Flight Gallery which explores flying through hands-on activity.
The Aviator Restaurant at Royal Air Force Museum Cosford or picnic in the aero park.
Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford/Boscobel (A41 direction of Newport & minor road to Bishop's Wood - 6 miles).
Boscobel House and the Royal Oak (01902 850244) The restored hunting lodge, house and gardens which sheltered Charles I after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester.
Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford/Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker (A41, A529 & A525 - 33 miles)
Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker (01270 629219). RAF Hack Green was a World War 11 radar station which became a secret Regional Government Headquarters in the 19805. Once inside the massive doors visitors are transported into the top secret world of the Cold War. They can see authentic equipment in its original setting, original TV broadcasts, interactive and educational displays and experience a four minute Warning.
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