With over a 1,000 objects on display, including three full aircraft,
immerse yourself
or bring the family for a fun packed day:

Staffed entirely by volunteers, your trip to the Fenland Aviation Museum will be both interesting and informative, enabling all ages to experience the fascinating world of aviation. The museum exists to promote awareness of our local aviation heritage, educating both present and future generations on aviation history. Some of our aircraft cockpits are also accessible for you to climb inside, great for the kids! Dogs are always welcome, we simply ask that they be kept on a lead. Drinking water is provided.

Hopefully your visit is not only one you will remember with affection but educational too.

Opening hours

Opening hours

Wednesday: 12pm - 4pm

Saturdays: 10am - 4pm

Sundays: 10am - 4pm

Bank Holidays: 10am - 4pm

PLEASE NOTE: Last admission is one hour before closing

Other times by appointment

The main museum is wheel chair accessable except one outside building which we are working on. 

Admission cost

Admission cost


Adults: £3.00

Juniors (14 to 17): £2.00

Carers go FREE

Children under 14 go FREE
(must be accompanied by an adult)



Latest news.


Our last open day to the public this year will be 31st October 2021.


We will hopefully still be able to cater for group visits booked in advance during our closed season.


We are still actively looking for new volunteers to help over winter and with next season.


If you think it is something that might interest you please get in touch we would love to hear from you.

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Fenland and West
Norfolk Aviation Museum
Lynn Road
West Walton
PE14 7DA


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01945 461771

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The museum is situated approximately 3 miles north-east of Wisbech and just off the B198 - which itself is just off the A47 Kings Lynn-Peterborough road. There are brown and white museum signs which should guide you when you get close. There is free parking next to the museum.



The best option is to go to King’s Lynn - which has a direct connection to Ely, Cambridge and London’s Kings Cross. Taxis are available at the station.



It is possible to use the Norfolk Green bus number 46. The nearest stop is Walton Highwayman, a 15 minute walk away. Check beforehand that the bus service is running using this link:

 Group visits to the museum

Many people who visit the museum as part of a group enjoy it even if they are not necessarily an avid aviation enthusiast. We find that people who know little about the technical side of aviation still enjoy the history and personal stories which compliments the exhibits and artefacts we have here at the Fenland Aviation Museum. The Museum has a team of volunteer guides who are passionate about the history of the Museum site and our displays who will accompany Groups throughout their visit.


If you are considering arranging a visit as a Group, here is some information you may well find useful:


  • Free parking adjacent to the museum.
  • Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a lead.
  • Photography is allowed including filming but solely for personal use only.
  • Toilet facilities.
  • Personal guide if required.
  • All parts of the museum are accessible to wheelchair users.
  • Discounts may be available for large Groups.
  • Full Public Liability Insurance.
book a personal tour with us

book a personal tour with us

Please get in contact with us to make an enquiry about a group booking.

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