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WE ARE OPEN!!!!! 

 

We have a new look this year with a number of new and upgraded displays and look forward to seeing you all.

COVID UPDATE

Due to the current spike in infections we kindly ask that you still wear a mask while inside our museum and cockpits.

This is to protect not only visitors but our staff as well so that we can remain open. 

Staff reserve the right to consider refusing entry to those without a medical reason that would make them exempt.

Thank you for your understanding and we hope it does not put you off from visiting us.

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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