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Classic Jets Fighter Museum is open:
10:00 to 4:00pm 7 Days a week.
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
12 to 4 pm on Anzac Day.
Please be advised, the museum may close early in cases of extreme heat.
Scroll down for Directions and Admission Prices.
How to Find Classic Jets Fighter Museum
Classic Jets Fighter Museum can be found at Hangar 52, Anderson Drive, Parafield Airport which is an easy 30 minute drive from Adelaide..
Enter Parafield Airport at the original entry (Anderson Drive), not at the traffic lights from Kings Road. Then look for the large CJFM sign at the fourth Hangar on the left and the Jet Aircraft painted on the Hangar Wall over the entrance. Car and coach parking is adjacent to the museum.
Click here for a detailed instructions on travelling from Adelaide to Parafield Airport
Trains run regularly from Adelaide and past Parafield
Airport. There is a 500m paved footpath walk from the Parafield railway
station to the Museum on Anderson Drive.
NOTE : Do not leave the train at the preceding Parafield Gardens railway station.
There is good access for wheel chairs and the museum is easy to move around in.
Admission (all prices include GST)
|Children Aged 4-16||$5 see notes|
|Under 4's||FREE see notes|
|Concession||$8 see notes|
|Family (2 adults & 3 children)||$25|
Clubs, Groups & School Tours
15 or more people $5 each
All Groups must be prebooked, Groups must be paid for as a group not individually.
Teachers, Carers and Tour Organizers accompanying a group are not free (exceptions may apply).
Groups of children (Day Care, Preschool etc) under 4 years of age are treated as a group and must pay the applicable group price.
Concession card holders may be asked to provide proof of concession.
Children must be accompanied by a paying Adult.
If you have any questions email us or contact us by phone
on 08 8258 2277 ( 7 days a week 10 am to 4 pm ).
International +618 8258 2277
Classic Jets Fighter Museum is staffed entirely by volunteers.
All admission charges go towards the restoration of F4U-1 Corsair 02270 and the day to day costs associated with
running the Museum.