Halton House, The Officers’ Mess at RAF Halton will be open to the public on:
SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2018
from 10.00am – 4.00pm
This is a rare opportunity to see the interior of Halton House, built by Alfred de Rothschild in 1883, a lasting reminder of Victorian decorative taste. Halton House has been used extensively as a location for filming. Examples are ‘The King’s Speech, ‘The Queen’ and ‘The World is not Enough’.
Apart from Halton House, the Trenchard Museum, (where more can be learnt about the history of the RAF Station and RAF’s Apprentice Scheme), the James McCudden Flight Heritage Centre, the reconstructed Trenches and St George’s Church will also be open.
Transport will be provided between Halton House and the various venues.