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East Midlands Aeropark, Derby

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3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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  • Brilliant, great for kids as well as adults, good history, and selection on planes and choppers, highly reccomend.. 
  • Decided to visit and at last got to go there,the aeropark is situated next to East Midlands Airport close to Donington Circuit.The aircraft are all outside but in good condition there are a couple of ...  read more »
  • I just love to come here and have a stroll about, then laze about St on the grass on the top hill and watch the aeroplanes cone and go at East Midlands Airport. There are snacks and drinks on site and this site is run by volunteers. I pay to cone in here so I can relax and watch the planes and support the Aero Park. Plenty of old planes with lots of history.
  • Run by volunteers, its a friendly little aeropark with some great aircraft. Well worth a visit. The kids loved the Vulcan!
  • Anywhere that has a magnificent Avro Vulcan has to be worth a visit, also next to a busy runway. Definitely will be going back for another visit. Nice friendly staff ( especially the one in the daft hat) seem to know what they talking about. Thanks for a great day Richard.
  • A good selection of aircraft here. We enjoyed our walk around the planes. It is reasonably priced.
  • I visited the Aeropark on a Sunday morning after landing back at East Midlands airport. There was ample free parking and I received a warm welcome when paying my entrance fee, which was very reasonably priced. I was then greeted by several volunteers around the Aeropark who were more than happy to show me the various aircraft. They even opened the Vulcan and the Wessex to allow me to look inside the cockpits, something which I've found isn't usually allowed at other similar museums. It was a very enjoyable morning and I would highly recommend the Aeropark to anybody with even the slightest interest in aviation.
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