Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum

Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum
Buckaroo Way
The Street
Flixton
Bungay
Suffolk
NR35 1NZ
England

Website

www.aviationmuseum.net/

E-mail

nsam.flixton@virgin.net

lcurtis@aviationmuseum.net

Telephone

01986 896644

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Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum
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East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Centre, incorporating the museums of 446th Bombardment Group, RAF Bomber Command, Royal Observer Corps, No. 6 Group, Air Sea Rescue & Coastal Command.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

Summer - April to October, Sunday to Thursday 1000-1700.
Winter - November to March, Tuesday, Wednesday & Sunday 10001600.
closed 15th December to 15th January.

Admission charges

Free

Getting there

From the West (Diss etc.) - Take the A143 towards Bungay, Beccles and Great Yarmouth, follow this past Harleston (two roundabouts), after 10.4 miles the museum is signposted to the right (B1062) and is towards the far end of Flixton village on the left behind the Buck Public House (2.4 miles from the turn off).

From the East (Bungay etc.) - Follow signs into the centre of Bungay, then towards Halesworth on the A144, the museum is signposted to the right just at the bottom of a (shallow) hill on the B1062. Follow the road, the museum is on the right just at the start of Flixton Village (1.6 miles from the turn off).

From the North (Norwich etc.) - Follow signs to Bungay on the B1322, then follow directions from the East.

From the South (Halesworth etc.) - Follow signs to Bungay on the A144, the museum is signposted to the left on the B1062 at the bottom of a shallow hill just as you enter Bungay, then follow directions from the East.

Additional info

Free parking

Collection details

Archaeology, Aviation, Weapons and War

Key artists and exhibits

  • 446th Bombardment Group
  • RAF Bomber Command
  • Royal Observer Corps
  • No. 6 Group
  • Air Sea Rescue
  • Coastal Command
  • Antonov C 14 1992 .
  • Avro Anson C.19/2
  • Benson Gyroglider
  • Bristol Sycamore HR14
  • Dassault MD-452 Mystere IVA
  • de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW1
  • de Havilland Vampire T.11
  • English Electric Canberra B2 (nose section)
  • English Electric Canberra T4
  • English Electric Canberra B(I)8 (nose section)
  • English Electric Lightning DB/F1
  • EoN Primary Glider
  • FMA IA-58 Pucara Toto Juan
  • Felixstowe F5 (nose section)
  • Fokker DVIII (replica)
  • Fokker F27 Friendship 200 (nose section) Eric Gander Dower
  • Hawker Hunter FGA9
  • Gloster Javelin FAW9R
  • Gloster Meteor F8TT
  • Grunau Baby 3b
  • Hunting Percival Provost T1
  • Hunting Percival Sea Prince T1
  • Lockheed T-33A
  • M.B.A. Tiger Cub (microlight)
  • Microlight Solo Striker/Flexform
  • Mignet HM14 Pou de Ciel (Flying Flea)
  • North American F100D Super Sabre
  • North American T28C Trojan (fuselage)
  • Rheims-Cessna F172L (fuselage)
  • Vickers Supermarine Spitfire LFXVIE (original fuselage .)
  • Supermarine Spitfire Mark II (replica) Nuflier
  • Wallbro Monoplane (flying replica)
  • Westland Whirlwind HAS.7
  • Westland Whirlwind HAR.10
  • Vickers Valetta C2
  • Wasp Falcon 4

Getting there

From the West (Diss etc.) - Take the A143 towards Bungay, Beccles and Great Yarmouth, follow this past Harleston (two roundabouts), after 10.4 miles the museum is signposted to the right (B1062) and is towards the far end of Flixton village on the left behind the Buck Public House (2.4 miles from the turn off).

From the East (Bungay etc.) - Follow signs into the centre of Bungay, then towards Halesworth on the A144, the museum is signposted to the right just at the bottom of a (shallow) hill on the B1062. Follow the road, the museum is on the right just at the start of Flixton Village (1.6 miles from the turn off).

From the North (Norwich etc.) - Follow signs to Bungay on the B1322, then follow directions from the East.

From the South (Halesworth etc.) - Follow signs to Bungay on the A144, the museum is signposted to the left on the B1062 at the bottom of a shallow hill just as you enter Bungay, then follow directions from the East.

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