Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum Museums
Buckeroo Way, The Street
Home of The Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Centre, incorporating the museums of 446th Bombardment Group RAF Bomber Command, Royal Observer Corps, No. 6 Group.
Constituting an impressive collection of aircraft and equipment, the Museum also houses the Royal Observer Corps Museum, the 446th (H) Bomb Group Museum, the RAF Bomber Command Museum and the Air Sea Rescue and Coastal Command Museum.
The idea for an aviation museum in the Bungay area was initially conceived by half a dozen local aviation enthusiasts, resulting in its establishment in 1972. Following coverage in the local press, the first public meeting of The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Society was held early the following year, attracting 25 attendees.
Air crews from RAF Bomber Command went into action against German warships on 4th September 1939 - the second day of the war. Blenheims and Wellingtons flying from Wattisham and Honington in Suffolk carried out the first RAF offensive action of the conflict at a cost of seven aircraft, from which only two crewmen survived as PoWs. .
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AddressBuckeroo Way, The Street, Flixton, Suffolk, NR35 1NZ
Opening times10am - 5pm
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