Falklands focus at Fleet Air Arm Museum

Date Posted: 01/07/2012

Somerset’s Fleet Air Arm Museum has launched new war exhibition, Falklands 30 - The Conflict, The People.

It tells the story of the Falklands conflict through the words and experiences of military personnel, members of their families, and Falkland Islanders.

Six aircraft that operated during the campaign are on display, including two Sea Harriers, the Westland Sea King which was piloted by Prince Andrew, and a captured Argentinean Agusta109 helicopter which was later used by British Special Forces.

Organising a group trip

Group rate admissions apply to parties of 15 or more, and a range of talks and tours are available to enhance your trip. Special interest talks include aircrew equipment, Concorde, rotating wings, and the Fleet Air Arm in action.

For further group travel information contact:


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