South Wales Aviation Museum was set up to preserve the rich Aviation History in South Wales to inspire the next generation of aviators and engineers. The museum was a vision of Gary Spoors and John Sparks and was created through the dedication of our amazing volunteers.
We encourage our visitors to interact with the aircraft and exhibits which enables them to have a fully immersive experience.
We are a not for profit charity completely self funded and 100 percent of the proceeds go to the upkeep and running of the museum.
We are currently closed due to the coronavirus, once lockdown is lifted we will be open every weekend 10:00am until 4:00pm.
Scroll down to read more!
At the South Wales Aviation Museum, we are committed to sharing our expertise and resources to encourage the next generation into aviation and engineering. We have a wide age range of volunteers from retired individuals who are an invaluable fountain of knowledge to older teenagers (16 plus) who are interested in aviation.
Our amazing team are passionate about making a difference in their local community.
If you would like to get involved we can guarantee a very warm welcome. Just click on the get involved tab at the top of the page.