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Newark Air Museum
Newark Air Museum’s
Roadmap To Re-
Since the Government’s announcements on Monday 22nd February the museum trustees
have been checking the details of the announcement and deciding how they might go
On Wednesday 24th February, 2021 we managed to secure clarification from DCMS (Department
for Culture Media & Sports) via AIM (the Association of Independent Museums) that
suggests we should be allowed to open the outside display areas from 12th April,
2021 albeit the detailed regulations will not be known until mid-
Even with that in mind the museum is now looking at the following arrangements being made.
Opening outside displays
Opening the external displays at the museum on three days per week, typically Friday, Saturday and Sunday; commencing Friday 16th April (with the option to switch from Friday to Monday on the May 3rd for the early May Day Bank Holiday Weekend). This will be at a reduced admission rate to reflect the reduced number of exhibits that can be seen.
As part of this re-
After an assessment of aircraft conditions, the museum will instigate a cleaning
programme for external exhibits, with the work being undertaken by the museum’s working
members. It is anticipated that this will take place in early April, whilst working
to the anticipated Rule of Six Regulations. Arrangements for working members attending
the museum to undertake this work will be co-
Opening Hangars & inside displays
The initial aim is towards opening the internal displays at the museum on a normal
basis, from Monday 17th May; this will be in line with the relevant Covid-
Current thoughts regarding 2021 Museum Events
Sadly, the museum has already cancelled the Cold War Call-
An Outdoor Aeroboot/Aerojumble will be organised for Saturday 3rd July, 2021.
The museum still plans to run an Autumn 1940s Weekend event on 2nd & 3rd October, 2021.
Please be aware ALL of these proposals are subject to change by government legislation at any time. We will post regular updates on our website and also on our Social Media feeds.
As a volunteer managed registered charity the museum relies on public admission fees, shop sales etc. to fund its operation and it has become ever reliant on the generosity of our visitors, volunteers and staff in these unprecedented and challenging times. Online donations can still be made via our Just Giving Page https://www.justgiving.com/newarkairmuseum/Donate