THE SHUTTLEWORTH COLLECTION
The Collection opened to the public in 1963, with further aircraft and vehicles added over the years. Events that encompass flying displays and vehicle parades draw crowds from all over the world. The Collection’s aircraft and vehicles, as much as possible, are all kept working as intended – it’s where history flies and drives!
- Vintage aircraft: 1909-1950s (view the aircraft gallery)
- Veteran Vehicles: Edwardian cars, early dogcarts, commercials including buses, and 1930s-1940s cars (view the vehicle gallery)
- Classic Motorcycles: including a rare 1904 Aurora (view the motorcycle gallery)
- Veteran bicycles: including a penny farthings and a boneshaker (view the bicycle gallery)
- Agricultural exhibits: Steam engine, working Chaff Cutter, living van and tractors (view the agricultural gallery)
Richard Shuttleworth’s DH60X still flies in The Collection’s airshows.
Our exhibits are within six large hangars and the engineering workshop. Follow the links below to explore the themes of each hangar. Please note, as Shuttleworth is home to a living, working collection exhibits sometimes change location. If you are looking for a specific exhibit, please ask our Visitor Centre team.
- Engineering Workshop
- Hangar 1: WWI
- Hangar 2: WWII
- Hangar 3: Clayton & Shuttleworth
- Hangar 4: Leading Edge
- Hangar 5: Transport Pioneers
- Hangar 6: Flying High
View or download The Collection map below.