The zero points for the British aviation industry, Farnborough, was where the country's first electric-powered flight took place in 1908. The Royal Aircraft Establishment was founded at the time and will see dozens of innovations over the coming decades, changing the course of aviation history.
The legacy is housed at the Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum. At the same time, Fenerbahce Airport is a private airport and the Air Accident Investigation Branch and corporate houses such as BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin.
Extensive Furnburborough - The presence of Aldershot army equipment, the museum explains excellent details of field medicines and military supplies.
Let's find the best things to do at Farnborough:
Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum
The "Fast" museum
is only open on weekends and bank holidays but still has to be done if you are interested in aviation history.
It's all on the site where the first high-altitude "suite room," night vision aids, carbon fiber frames, aircraft cameras, and many other innovations were developed.
This building is even part of a museum because Trenchchard House (1907) is the headquarters of the No. Engineer Air Battalion Company. 1 (Airship) owned by Royal Engineers.
It showcases the research and development of RAE, jet engines, helicopter routers, scale models, and fully operational wind tunnels.
The Cody Pavilion contains replicas of aircraft No. 1 British Army, designed by Samuel Franklin Cody from the United States. Under Cody's control, it made its first force and permanent flight to England in 1908.
St. Michael Abbey
After the fall of Napoleon III, the French Empire, Eugene escaped from France and ended in the city of Chislehurst, Kent, where Napoleon died in 1873. 1881. The Flamboyant Gothic Monastery was visited on Saturday at 15:00. You will see crypto containing granite sarcophagus Napoleon III, Eugene, and his son Prince Imperial.
These tombs are gifts from Queen Victoria, who has good relations with the Queen.
The church is the thigh bone of St. Alban, the first British martyr to be hung by the Romans in the third century.
In summer, you can also go to organ readings on Sundays at 15:00.
RAE Heritage Quarter
The idea of exploring a business park might not be charming, but RAE Heritage Quarter via Farnborough Airport has an exciting history. You can walk around the Air Trust Trust Museum. It has been a Royal Aircraft Factory since the beginning of the 20th century, and several listed buildings have returned.
Q121 and R133 are first-class air tunnels where Spotfire and Concorde were tested. The impressive Q134, which is now a hub, features previous weapons tests, including rocket systems such as the Black Knight and Black Arrow.
But the most surprising thing was the balloon hanger frame since 1911. When air tunnels were made, they had to be removed but were built using original material.
and plant-covered peaks flow east through Farnborough.
This 31-mile waterway was completed in 1794, connecting Thames to the city of Basingstoke.
Although the canal was never commercially successful and began to fail after World War II, the channel was reopened in 1991 and has become very popular with happy pedestrians. You can't get to the base after falling six miles off the road. It was located in Greenville in 1932, but the rest was inhabited. At Farnborough, you can visit the Canal Center on the east side of the city.
You can start hiking at Toopath here, stop for a hot drink at a cafe, or take a tight-seated 12-seat "Rose Bud" boat to take a walk on a summer weekend and Wednesday during school holidays. And also on Friday.
Frimley Lodge Park
The 60-hectare canal-side park
was saved from the developer in the late 1980s and is a popular local facility, which wins the Green Flag Award every year for its maintenance and facilities.
Along with sports fields for soccer and rugby, there are golf courses and golf courses, fitness paths, meadows, wildlife pools, community parks, two children's playgrounds, and a small train.
Railroad work is carried out by volunteers and operates on the first Sunday of the month in the summer.
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