389th Bomb Group Memorial Exhibition

Potash Lane, Hethel, Norwich, NR14 8EY
44 (0)1953 601648
hethel389th@hotmail.co.uk
http://hethel389th.wordpress.com/
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This immensely characterful museum commemorates the contribution made during WWII by the 389th Heavy Bombardment Group 2nd Air Division of the American Airforce. The museum is housed in a building that used to be both the gymnasium and chapel for the Hethel airfield. Displays include striking original wall paintings, uniforms, decorations, combat records, photographs and memorabilia, including some for the 466th Bomb Group, Attlebridge. Recommended length of visit: 1 to 2 hours


Special events

No Events listed at present


Travel and parking

From the A11 near Wymondham take signs for ‘Lotus Cars’.  The entrance is on the right at the end of Potash Lane.  Free parking on site.

Opening

Memorial Day 11 November 2017, open 1-4pm

Closed for the winter, reopens April 2018

 

Admission

Free

Facilities and access

389

 

 

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Access information: Disabled toilet.