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Whilst on holiday in NORFOLK we visited this collection of military aircraft they used to be in a corner on Norwich Airport now the has been a new by pass built and they have been cut off from the airport so now all the aircraft...More
On holiday in the area and this looked of interest, so set the satnav - and got completely lost as the roads have changed and in the end it gave up. Luck, a map, and a not very obvious brown sign got me back on...More
Myself, my partner and our 1 year old son was visiting Norfolk on a weeks break and discovered this excursion in our brochure provided. Situated in extra rural location it’s a nice country drive.
The museum has plenty of aviation memorabilia in their indoor collection...More
Just try to imagine the sound of a thousand radial engines overhead. You won’t hear those sounds anymore but the City of Norwich Aviation Museum is about as close as you can get to real aviation history. Located at the very edge of the original...More
We didn't even know that this existed , but on landing at the airport we spotted the Nimrod ! Then before we left to fly home, we had to visit. To ba able to stand under the vast wingspan of the Vulcan was amazing, been...More
We have a family pass, so we must love it here!
Our daughters enjoy running around the planes and looking at the exhibits.
Whilst they are too young to understand the importance of these planes, the staff treat them fantastically.
The star of the museum...More
Cannot recommed enough. £4.75 for an adult to visit, with a nice mix of well presented museum sections and the ability to get up close to a range of aircraft.
The best bit though will set you back another £2.50 per aircraft - an inside...More