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We are open over the Queen's Jubilee Bank holiday Celebrations with free entry for everyone.

See opening hours for more details

 

THIS IS OUR LAST EVER SEASON OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 

Sadly, due to circumstances beyond our control we will be closing at the end of the 2022 season. Due to staffing issues we are also now closed on Sundays but have extended our opening hours on Wednesdays. 

 

We have also had to make the tough decision to slightly increase our entry fees for 2022 to help cover the ever increasing running costs but we are still great value for money.

 

As part of their entry fee children can take part in a quiz with a foam aeroplance as a prize at the end. We would appreciate a donation of 50p for any children under 11 to cover our costs. (subject to stock)

 

 

Situated right on the border between Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, the museum is run by a team of dedicated enthusiastic volunteers.

Established in the mid 1970's, the museum is actively involved in the research and recovery of historical aircraft. It has been created to house and exhibit many remarkable finds unearthed over the years and to honour those who lost their lives in so many different accidents.

 

Trying on the uniform

Trying on the uniform

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So many fascinating stories.Thank you for sharing them with us. So important to share and remember.

Riding Family

15/06/19

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