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The 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum

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100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum

An excellent couple of hours well spent. There is a lots to investigate from the radio room to the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jobuho12
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Manosque, France
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Well worth a visit. Very humbling to see how it really was and the sacrifices given, The control... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
lesanderson
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Norfolk
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Common Road | Dickleburgh, Diss IP21 4PH, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

An excellent couple of hours well spent. There is a lots to investigate from the radio room to the control tower, with many exhibits with present day connections to the relatives of people who were stationed there. If you can talk to Tony who grew...More

Thank jobuho12
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a visit. Very humbling to see how it really was and the sacrifices given, The control tower is full of ghosts. Very friendly people who know exactly what they are talking about. If you have any true interest in WW2 aviation this place...More

Thank lesanderson
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband wanted to go, he has lived in Nofrolk all his life (69 yrs) and had never been. The volunteers were amazing, I worked on Lakenheath USAF base for 14 yrs and never heard of this museum. It made me cry, so moving to...More

Thank Jackie804428
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautifully cared for with lots of fascinating information. Lovely helpful people had plenty interesting stories to tell us.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Weren’t aware of this interesting museum until a local mentioned it. Spent a couple of hours here. Really gives an insight into the lives and heroic deeds of the Americans based here. And fortunate to hear first hand experiences from a volunteer who was a...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Run solely by volunteers from donations, this little museum on the site of a WW2 US bomber base is fascinating in its details and depiction of the crews and especially their effect and interaction with the locals in this tiny village. We expected half an...More

Thank bigal257
Reviewed July 12, 2018

We have been visiting Suffolk for many years but we had not discovered this wonderful museum before our latest visit this July. It tells the story of the "Bloody 100th" and the US air crews based at Thorpe Abbotts who flew bombing raids over Germany...More

Thank chris r
Reviewed July 9, 2018

What an excellent memorial museum. I have been several times, taking friends who have come to stay with us, and each time I visit, I see something I've not seen before. It's full to bursting of memorabilia, facts about the bomber group and personal items...More

1  Thank G M
Reviewed July 4, 2018 via mobile

While on a visit to Diss we went to the 100 bomb museum. What a great place, very friendly volunteers. The area is laid out with a lot of thought. Loads of personal stuff from the aircrews with great history. The watch tower / ops...More

Thank Riverboy28
Reviewed June 24, 2018

I stand in awe of the dedicated group of volunteers who created this magnificent memorial from scratch including completely rebuilding the control tower from scratch. I was moved to tears by the whole experience and cannot say any more.

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Eddie W
August 16, 2017|
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Response from PebblesUK | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, only just seen your question. I posted a review on Facebook and straight away I was offered the guided tour. If you do Facebook try that.
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