Visitors can explore the collection of historic aircraft on display for a real hands on experience, and learn some local history about RAF Llandwrog and the Mountain Rescue Service.
On site there is a well-stocked gift shop selling holiday souvenirs, flying toys and aviation memorabilia, the airport café, toilets and air viewing area.
The museum is open daily from 10am to 6pm from July to the end of October.
For more information the website link is www.airworldmuseum.co.uk and the phone number is 01286-832154. Group bookings and discounts are by arrangement and there is ample parking available for coaches.
The museum is a charity and run by staff and volunteers.
Along the Dinas Dinlle sea front you will find something for everyone; enjoy beautiful views of Snowdonia, relax on the beach or paddle in the surf on the blue-flag beach, have a snack or meal at the welcoming cafes, . For the more adventurous, pleasure flights and lessons are also available at the airport next door.