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We are still open (Full Story)

We are pleased to confirm that the City of Norwich Aviation Museum is open as normal.  All our aircraft that needed to be moved for the expansion and adjustment of our grounds due to the constuction of the Norwich Northern Distibutor Road were towed to their new positions in the spring and careful planning of this work enabled us to remain open as normal.

You can see how the movement of our aircraft happened here;

We are ready for your visit. The new layout  of the site gives new opportunities to view and photograph our aircraft in their new positions. We now have a much larger site and if you have not made a visit to us in the last year, much has changed and there is more to see.  We are also making improvements to our car park and entrance and a new display buidling has recently arrived. As a registed charity, you suport is vital to our future developments . We have kept our admission prices at their 2015 llevel  and we often have special offer vouchers to make a visit to us even more attractive.

12th June 2016 (Sunday)
Harrier Finally Moved (Full Story)

On 11 June 2016, Harrier T4N XM268, which is on loan to the City of Norwich Aviation Museum from its owner Dan Lander, was moved from its long term position in our car park to the main museum site. The Harrier is ungoing long term restoration by Dan and a group of his friends with assistance ftom members of the Museum. The move clears space in our car park and makes the Harrier more accessible to visitors.

11th June 2016 (Saturday)
RAF 100 Group Association Reunion (Full Story)
7th May 2016 (Saturday)