Where We Are And How To Get Here
The City of Norwich Aviation Museum is located on land to the north of Norwich International Airport.
This land formed part of the US Army Air Force base and Royal Air Force station of R.A.F. Horsham St. Faith which subsequently became Norwich Airport.
Norwich International Airport is located about 3.5 miles north of Norwich city centre. Access to the museum is via the village of Horsham St. Faith either from the A140 or the Spixworth Road.
Arriving By Car
The main access route to the museum via the A140 Norwich to Cromer road. Follow the brown "Aviation Museum" tourist signs to Horsham St. Faith, turning right at the bus shelter, and right again into Old Norwich Road. The museum is at the end of that road.
For other routes, see the map, opposite.
Arriving By Bus
Sanders Coaches service 44 runs approximately every hour, seven days a week, from Castle Meadow in Norwich city centre. A timetable can be viewed at sanderscoaches.com, or follow this link (accurate January 2016): Service 44.
The bus stop is situated opposite the church in Horsham St Faith. From the stop, the museum is about a 3/4 mile walk, just follow the brown sign onto the Old Norwich Road. The museum will be at the end of this road.
Arriving By Train
Norwich railway station is served by regular trains from London Liverpool Street, with other connections nationwide. There is a five minute walk from the station to the nearest Sanders Coaches bus stop in the city centre. See the National Rail website at nationalrail.co.uk for further details.
Arriving By Plane
There is no public transport between the airport and the museum. Your only options will be a 2.5 to 3 mile walk or by taxi or private hire vehicle.
If our post code 'NR10 3JF' isn't precise enough for your satellite navigation equipment or map software, here is the longitude and latitude of the museum entrance.