The Museum has a host of exhibits including an ejection seat you can be strapped into (but not ejected from), and a single-seat survival dinghy to try out(dry land only!). There's a number of aircraft models both large and small, old and new, plus an array of aviation memorabilia.
There's a wealth of information about the history of Inverness Airport, which was RAF Dalcross during WW2, as well as information on early local aviation pioneers such as Capt Fresson and local aviation sites.
If aircraft crashes are your particluar interest we have a file on local crashes from 1939 to 1945. There's a lot more to see and do inside and it's well worth spending time here even if it isn't raining!