SHUTTLEWORTH COLLECTION

The Collection hangars remain closed.

Shuttleworth is open daily (excluding air show and engineering open days), with a ‘site-entry’ fee.

Winter Opening Hours (Monday 2 November – February Half Term): 10.00 – 16.00 (last entry is at 15.30).
Summer Opening Hours (February Half Term – the first Sunday in November): 10.00 – 17.00 (last entry is at 16.30).

 

Buy your ticket online and re-use it multiple times for up to a month after the date for which it was purchased. You are not required to pre-book when you are visiting again within the month of purchasing your online daily admission ticket, just show your ticket to the gate staff on the day. 

Contactless payments are available on the gate but these are single use only.

AREAS INCLUDED in ENTRY FEE

Around 60 acres of space:

Dogs

Dogs on leads are welcome on site (excluding specific events) but only assistance dogs are allowed within the Swiss Garden and hangars.

What is inside 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!

The Shuttleworth Collection is a registered charity, self-funded through daily admission and airshows ticket sales.

Our Exhibits

dh60x_aircraft  ros-racer

Richard Shuttleworth’s DH60X still flies in The Collection’s airshows.

Our Hangars

Our exhibits are within six large hangars, and the engineering workshop (EW not only to the public due to COVID 19). 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.

 

View or download The Collection map below.