Aviation fans looking for things to do in London should not pass up on the chance to experience the Royal Airforce Museum.
The centre plays home to one of the largest aviation history collections in the UK, showcasing 90 aircraft which span the whole of the first 100 years of aviation development.
In the Milestones of Flight Aircraft Collection, visitors can learn about some of the most important eras in flying through the use of high viewing areas and state-of-the-art interactive technology.
Aircraft on show include classics such as the BAe Harrier GR3, the Percival Mew Gull and the Sopwith F1 Camel.
The Ten Minute Century and the Aviation History Timeline give guests two different perspectives on the evolution of flight.
On the third floor is the 3D Aviation Cinema and the country's only permanent Air Traffic Control exhibition.
Guests can find out what it feels like to fly in a Eurofighter by climbing into the full motion simulator, located on the ground floor.
Discover more for less with a London sightseeing pass.
Posted by Samantha Reed