The South Wales Aviation Museum, based in St Athan is set to reopen its doors this weekend for the first time in over 12 months.
Announcing the news on social media the visitor attraction said “We are so happy to be opening our doors to you all again!”
South Wales Aviation Museum is a registered charity, set up to preserve the rich Aviation History of South Wales and to inspire the next generation of aviators, located in Bro Tathan North, St Athan.
A vision of Gary Spoors and John Sparks, SWAM is staffed by volunteers who are also passionate about aviation and engineering, showing visitors of all ages a range of Aircrafts, cockpits, engines and exhibits in a hangar, north of Aston Martin Lagonda.
The tourist attraction will reopen on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd from 10am – 4pm, with new exhibits on display and a limited number of cockpits open.
Prices are just £7.50 for adults, with under 17’s free and concessions just £5.
For visitor and volunteer safety, face masks are mandatory when visiting the museum and social distancing will apply.
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