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Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, Maldon

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Excellent place to visit, great to see a working 1st world war aerodrome . The staff/Volenteers were very knowledgeable  more »
  • We visited Stow on Sunday 28th May which was free entry. Fantastic buildings and set up. The work that has gone into reviving and rebuilding our history is outstanding. A lot of work and passion has b...  more »
  • Friend and I visited expecting a basic wander around some old buildings and perhaps a few aircraft. What a surprise - it is a well run, modernly presented and well staffed W.W.1 airfield museum. The t...  more »
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  • Knowledgeable and friendly staff and a great insight into the early days of airborne warfare. Fascinating.
  • Amazing little place - throught it would be naff but I was totally wrong. Lots to see - the tour is MUST - it really brings the history alive. Will definately have a return trip.
  • An impressive new museum, an atmospheric mess hall and enthusiastic volunteers presenting the replica planes, (extra points for waiting in the freezing cold ) Oh yes , home made soup and delicious cake!!
  • Great place to visit. Great staff and amazing photo ops if they bring out the planes
  • Nice place to visit. Small and local, take an hour to walk around the whole thing. Nice example of an old WW1 Aerodrome.