We have been visiting the museum for a few years now and it always offers good value with something new at every visit.
A very diverse group of exhibits to cover the airfields history but also other airfields and theatres of war.
Some favourites include the Roxy Cinema with a how we made it film of the museum, vampire cockpit section and the original offices mess fireplace excavated from underneath piles of rubble a few years ago.
We were guinea pigs for the first airfield tour which I can recommend from some years back now but it gets you to places you might not expect to see - like the control tower further up field and still standing after all these years.
Bad weather on this trip only added to the atmosphere of the lonely airfield of which is now honoured by every visitor to step though the gates and enjoy the hard work of these very dedicated people.
One should also remember to visit the smaller and independent museum next door for more information and excellent exhibits on the airfield and its aircrew.
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