Thank you for visiting the Aviation Heritage Museum’s website. We are so glad you have come to take a look and may be planning your visit to view our precious collection. Our staff and our volunteers are very proud of it. You may not be aware that our museum is run primarily by volunteers.
As a team, we are taking every precaution to keep you safe from the risk of Coronavirus infection while at the museum. We would like to please ask you to do the same, particularly as many of our volunteers are in a high-risk group for Coronavirus.
Please do not enter the museum if you:
- Are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus including fever, cough, sore throat fatigue or shortness of breath.
- Have been overseas in the past 14 days.
- Have been in contact with someone who has the virus or has been overseas in the past 14 days.
Please also don’t be offended if we ask you these questions as you enter our museum.
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We sincerely appreciate you helping us to keep our volunteers and other guests healthy.
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