Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum
Wide-ranging displays of aircraft, aviation archaeology and more from World War I to the Falklands and Iraq wars.
Aviation archaeology displays feature crashed aircraft remains that have been excavated from the Fens and restored, alongside stories of the men who flew them, their missions and ultimate fate. There are displays of uniforms, engines, guns and gasmasks, and civil aircraft feature too – such as the cockpit of a 747 jumbo-jet and many other artefacts. Stirring music from the time adds to the atmosphere of this colourful and well-displayed museum. Recommended length of visit: 1 to 2 hours.
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Travel and parking
Brown signs from the A47. 3 miles north east of Wisbech. Free parking on site. Public transport available, Norfolk green bus number 46, nearest stop is Walton Highway Highwayman, a 15 minute walk away
Good Friday to last Sunday in October, Weekends and bank holidays 9.30am to 5pm
Senior Citizens ￡1.50
Under 13s free
Facilities and access
Two steps to access part of the displays. Help is available. Telephone for further details.