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Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum

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.

Opening Times

The museum is first and foremost a centre for aviation archaeology. The team running the Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum have spent many years researching and recovering the remains of crashed aircraft.

These remains are now proudly displayed, with their full historical context explained. We also display photographs, uniforms, engines, guns and many other artefacts related to civil and military aviation over the last century. The remains of several aircraft – British and German – lost during World War Two are displayed within the museum. In many cases there were no survivors from the crash, the cause of which can only be assumed.

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.


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)

Opening Times

Wednesday: 1pm – 4pm

Saturdays: 10am – 5pm

Sundays: 10am – 4pm

Bank Holidays: 10am – 4pm

Last admission one hour before closing

Other times by appointment

Last open day 1st November 2020 then we are Closed until Easter