Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum is a small independent museum where we are passionate about the history of aviation and our local area. We have a fantastic collection of aircraft, including our Battle of Britain veteran Loch Doon Spitfire, our supersonic Lightning fighter and our wartime assault glider collection. There are dedicated displays on the Home Front, RAF Dumfries and the Bomber War, and the only dedicated Airborne Forces collection in Scotland.
We are based in the former control tower of the wartime RAF Dumfries which holds a huge collection of memorabilia, as well as one of the finest displays of aero engines in the country. With indoor and outdoor exhibits, plenty of space outside and a small café and gift shop, our museum is an excellent way to while away a few hours with the whole family.
Museum Closed due to Coronavirus
Museum Closed due to Coronavirus The board of the museum have decided, as a precaution, to close our museum to visitors with immediate effect, due to the coronavirus. All planned events will be rescheduled once the crisis is over. This action is in line with many…
Fly High – Appeal for Museum Funds
We have launched a fundraising campaign via JustGiving to help museum funds, so if you feel you are able to help, please donate!
View our extensive collection of aircraft, engines and exhibits, as well as the famous Loch Doon Spitfire.
Loch doon spitfire
Find out all about our Supermarine Spitfire, a MkIIa built at Castle Bromwich in Birmingham just in time for the Battle of Britain. It was lost in a training accident in Loch Doon, East Ayrshire, on the 25th October 1941.
Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
Former Control Tower
Heathhall Industrial Estate