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The Science Museum at Wroughton is a former WWII airfield & now a storage site for the National Collections of the Science Museum, housing over 90% of the objects in the vast collection.
Located above the city of Swindon with panoramic views across the surrounding countryside, the site is easily accessible from the M4 & within two hours’ drive from London (& even less by
train). With runways & 545 acres of land available for hire (including half a mile of hard-floored standing space), it’s best placed for large-scale outdoor events including music festivals,
car shows & vehicle rallies or launches that require space for demonstrations. Subject to availability, tours of the site make popular down-time activities, which are based around the museum’s
aviation & road transport items. With its vast space & unique objects, the Science Museum at Wroughton site is also popular with film crews.
Check out 'Exploring Space' - Group Focus feature on the NMSI Group & its
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