Your culture attendant: things to do in Oakengates

A THING TO DO TODAY

OAKENGATES
Price: Free
Time: 3-5 hours
Discover how warfare took to the skies in the twentieth century at the Royal Air Force museum in Cosford, with over 70 iconic aircraft on display - including the world's oldest Spitfire - as well as a V2 missile and the National Cold War Museum. Visit the museum's three hangars next to RAF Cosford, near Shifnal in Shropshire, from 10am to 4pm today.
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OAKENGATES
TELFORD AND WREKIN
52.69501, -2.45036


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