Guide to... Aviation Museums in London

Information about Aviation Museums including Aviation Museums in Central London.

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Aviation Museums (City of London) Aviation Museums (Covent Garden) Aviation Museums (Fitzrovia) Aviation Museums (Mayfair) Aviation Museums (Oxford Circus) Aviation Museums (Soho) Aviation Museums (South Kensington) Aviation Museums (St James's)


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British Airways Heritage Centre
British Airways Heritage Centre

British Airways Heritage Centre, London, TW14 0NB

History and memorabilia of British Airways, including uniforms, aircraft models and pictures, posters and photographs[2]Read more

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Royal Air Force Museum London
Royal Air Force Museum London

Royal Air Force Museum London, Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL

History of aviation and the British Royal Air ForceRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Klemens Von Metternich Blue Plaque - Prince Metternich 1773-1859 Austrian statesman lived here in 1848
Alan Herbert Blue Plaque - Sir Alan Herbert (A. P. H.) 1890-1971 author, humourist and Reformist M.P. lived and died here
Brass Plaque № 30003 - Site of the French hospital founded by Royal Charter in 1718 to house the poor or infirm of French Huguenot descent. In 1866 the hospital was moved to Hackney and in 1960 to Rochester in Kent
Texas Legation Yellow Plaque - Texas Legation. In this building was the legation for the ministers from the Republic of Texas to the Court of St. James 1842-1845
Philip Stanhope Stone Plaque - Philip Stanhope 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1774) statesman and author lived here
Richard Quiney And The Bell, Carter Lane London Marble Plaque - Upon this site formerly stood "The Bell" Carter Lane. From whence Richard Quiney wrote the letter to William Shakespeare dated 25th October 1598. This is the only letter extant addressed to Shakespeare and the original is preserved in the museum at his birthplace, Stratford Upon Avon. This tablet was placed upon the present building by leave of the Postmaster General 1899.

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