Your culture attendant: things to do in Haltwhistle

A THING TO DO TODAY

HALTWHISTLE
Price: £6 (adult)
Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
There's a Vulcan bomber, an icon of Second World War aviation, at the Solway Aviation Museum at Carlisle Airport. Sign up for one of their tours at the museum entrance, and get a pilot's-eye-view of the aeroplane by climbing into the cockpit. Cockpit tours run between 11am and 4.15pm.
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HALTWHISTLE
NORTHUMBERLAND
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