In line with Government guidance on COVID-19 and the recommendation to avoid gatherings and crowded places, The Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum has made the difficult decision to close to members of the public until further notice. Please keep an eye out on our website and social media pages where we will post updates as the situation progresses.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Bungay is a volunteer-run museum and charity that houses a collection of aircraft and aviation-related artefacts. We are wheelchair friendly, and we are open to the general public and available for bookings of special event days.
On Site: Located on the site can be found; 60+ aircraft on display, 1,000s of related artefacts from the early 1900s through to more modern times. There is a shop on-site, refreshments are available from the NAAFI themed Cafe and there are picnic tables throughout the grounds. Dogs are welcome if kept under control and on a leash.
Dedicated Display Rooms: In addition to the Main Hangar and the rooms displaying artifacts behind the shop, we have separate buildings dedicated to; Air Sea Rescue and Coastal Command, Bomber Command, The Royal Observer Corps, and 446 Bomb Group of the United States Air Force, which was based at the nearby Bungay airfield from November 1943 to June 1945.
Adair Walk: For the nature lovers, we have a walkway which offers a peaceful stroll along a raised boardwalk to the River Waveney. The boardwalk is wheelchair friendly with passing places. The boardwalk may be closed in inclement weather or during flooding of the water meadows.
Located in the heart of East Anglia near the town of Bungay in Suffolk, by vehicle, the Museum can be found on the B1062 road between Homersfield and Bungay, near to the village of Flixton in Suffolk. If using a Sat Nav, the postcode NR35 1NZ will bring you to the Buck Inn at Flixton, and we are located behind this establishment.
Opening Times: - (CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19)
April - October, Sunday, Thursday 10am - 5pm
November - March, Tuesday, Wednesday & Sunday, 10am - 4pm
15th December - 15th January Closed
Admission - FREE