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Saw a feature about this Museum in a national newspaper and decided to give a try. Glad we did. Although put together and run by volunteers, have to say it's one of the best and most interesting Museums we've ever visited. Entry is free (...More
For a small place it has so many items. If you are into aviation and war then you could easily spend half the day here if not more reading and looking at everything. Has lots of info: reallly friendly staff, little cafe. Kids loved being...More
Went here many years ago and was shown around by a charming Ex-Hunter pilot by the name of James.
This little gem has everything, many many historic aircraft inside and out. I am utterly astounded how they have managed to put so many aircraft inside...More
This aviation museum is the very best I have been to.so many outdoor displays of aeroplanes,indoor features,shop,NAAFI cafe,friendly staff,walk to the river waveney which we need to do another day,so much to see back.well worth the visit.I hope they go from strength to strength
Visited on the August Bank Holiday Sunday with my husband and 11 and 13 year olds, when we were on holiday in Suffolk.
It’s important to note that this extensive and detailed museum is completely free, and staffed by volunteers, so I would really encourage...More
Visited this museum with a friend one Sunday and spent a good 3 hours looking at various artefacts which I found really interesting. The place itself isn't that large but there is plenty to read and look at . I found that the staff were...More
I spent a pleasant few hours at the museum and was almost overwhelmed by the number of artefacts and the style of presentation in the main hangars. There are some extremely rare exhibits on display, but it is so untidy that one feels a little...More
The wifey put the wrong postcode in sat nav was going to norwich aviation museum ended up here glad we did to do it properly would take all day loads to look at and read
About masses to keep you informed deceptively spacious like the...More
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Hello James. As it happens, we were actually staying on a CL when we visited the aircraft museum. You will find it in the Caravan Club handbook - Hill House Farm, Peasenhall Road, Walpole, Halesworth, IP19 9BQ. Mr Porter... More
Hello James. As it happens, we were actually staying on a CL when we visited the aircraft museum. You will find it in the Caravan Club handbook - Hill House Farm, Peasenhall Road, Walpole, Halesworth, IP19 9BQ. Mr Porter. And yes - it has a toilet and shower exclusively for Caravan Club members, very clean and roomy with underfloor heating. The CL is about 14 miles from the aircraft museum, less than 30 minutes drive.