This is not your usual type of museum and it certainly isn’t a large grey building with all the exhibits neatly arranged on shelf after shelf in glass cabinets - ask any of our visitors!
There is a do-it-yourself NAAFI on-site for hot & cold drinks, crisps etc with comfortable seating and WW2 newspapers to read.
Well-behaved dogs (on a lead) are welcome.
Airfield Tours on Thursday afternoons at 2 pm (July to the end of September ONLY) Tours take place at 2pm every Thursday. They are in our crew bus Marlene - Booking essential here. (If within a week, phone Steve on 077 99 19 49 18)
Group and school visits can be arranged by appointment.
We should inform you that next to us there is another, smaller, museum. This can be confusing for visitors so to ensure that you find us please drive though the red double gates in front of you and then on to the car park inside.
The Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall at War Museum (usually known by the shorter title Cornwall at War Museum) is located on part of the old WW2 airfield RAF Davidstow Moor.