Notices For Visitors
Changes To Normal Opening Times
Latest opening times for May 2021.
With the recent easing of restricions, the Museum is now ready to welcome back visitors from the May day bank holiday.
Here are our latest opening times although they may change without notice.
|Saturday 1st May 2021||ALL TIMES
10.30am – 5.00pm
(last entry 4.00pm)
OUTSIDE EXHIBITS ONLY
|Sunday 2nd May 2021|
|Monday 3rd May 2021|
|Wednesday 5th May 2021|
|Friday 7th May 2021|
|Saturday 8th May 2021|
|Sunday 9th May 2021|
|Wednesday 12th May 2021|
|Friday 14th May 2021|
|Saturday 15th May 2021|
|Sunday 16th May 2021|
Restricted museum access - No toilet facilities, café, aircraft interiors or buildings access available.
- Adults (18+) £5.00, children (8+) £2.00, under 8 free.
- Contactless card payment only please.
- No booking required.
Notice To Pet Owners: No pets are permitted except for assistance dogs. Pets are permitted in the car park.
Please note the government guidelines on group sizes (max. 6) and social distancing - see www.gov.uk
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Our 'Annual Admission Passes' are now available for purchase online.
|Individual Adult Pass||£15|
We would like to thank all our our supporters who have purchased an Annual Admission Pass.
Due to the corona virus situation, these cannot presently be used, so we have decided to extend all passes which have an expiry date of March 2020 and later to December 2021.
If you would like to support the City of Norwich Aviation Museum, you can now buy both family and individual passes valid until December 2021 on ebay. Passes remain at their normal price of £25.00 for a family and £15.00 for an individual.
We will acknowledge receipt of payment for new passes via ebay and these will be posted from the Museum office after a safe return has been allowed.