The Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre is located to the north of Montrose, Angus in Scotland.
Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre Map
Montrose has the distinction of having the very first operational military airfield in Great Britain and the Heritage Centre is located on the former airfield.
The Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre in Montrose, Scotland is located on the first operational military airfield in Great Britain. The airfield was first opened in 1913 and used by No.2 Squadron Royal Flying Corps.
The airfield was closed in 1920 and reopened in 1935 for use in the Second World War. After the war it was used as a maintenance unit until it closed in June 1952.
In 1983 a group of local enthusiast banded together to ensure that the history of Montrose Air Station would not be forgotten and the Montrose Air Station Heritage Trust was established.
Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre Address & Travel
Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre
Telephone: 01674 678 222
The Museum is located on the north of Montrose, Angus, Scotland.
From the north you can get to the museum from Waldron Road which is near the junction where the A92 and the A937 meet or from the south on the North Esk Road. The satnav postcode is DD10 9BD.
How much does it cost?
The admission fee can be found on the official website
What are the Opening Hours?
1st April to 31st October:
Wednesday to Saturday - 10am to 4pm
1st November to 31st March:
Saturday - 10am to 4pm
Sunday - 12pm to 4pm
For more information then visit the
• Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre official website.
Accommodation: postcode - DD10 9BD