- Winter Closure -
The museum is now closed for the winter season
and will reopen on Saturday 3rd February 2024

Be a Gift Aid Visitor It Really Helps

Opening Times


Admission Prices

PLEASE NOTE - The admission prices below are for 2023. The prices for 2024 will be confirmed in January 2024

Gift Aid Admission Price
Adults £6.60
Concessions £5.50
Children under 16 Free

Standard Admission Price
Adults £6.00
Concessions £5.00
Children under 16 Free

We will never charge admission for children as we appreciate how important it is that they learn, in an enjoyable way, the history and legacy of those who served at Montrose Air Station.

Please allow at least an hour to look round, two hours ideally. Last entry is 3pm. The centre is a fully accredited museum and is staffed entirely by award-winning volunteers.

Please note that there are currently
no cafeteria facilities

We welcome children but they must, for their safety, be accompanied and supervised by a responsible Adult AT ALL TIMES

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Gift Aid FAQ

What's the benefit of Gift Aid?
The Heritage Centre is totally independent and self supporting museum. The money we receive from visitors is vital to us and by paying the extra 60p the whole amount of £6.60 becomes a donation and enables us
to claim Gift Aid on all of it.
Your £6.60 donation becomes £8.25
25% MORE

Why do I have to pay more to be a gift Aid Visitor?
In order to claim Gift Aid back, HMRC require us to receive a donation of at least 10% more than our standard admission price.

Can anyone be a Gift Aid Visitor?
You have to be a current UK tax payer and have paid enough tax to cover all of your Gift Aid donations this year.

Where does the 25% come from?
We claimed it back from the tax you will have paid HMRC this financial year.

Does it cost me any more?
No there is no further cost to you.

Do I have to pay Gift Aid?
Certainly not, you are welcome to pay the standard admission charge.

What do you do with the money raised?
The money raised through Gift Aid is vital in keeping the museum open and ensuring that future generations will remember the Air Stations unique history and the brave men and women who served their country here through two world wars.

Are you a charity?
Yes, Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre is run by the Ian McIntosh Memorial Trust and is a registered Scottish charity, No. SC023193, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

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