Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum

Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, Bungay, Suffolk, England

The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, near Bungay, is a volunteer-run museum and charity that houses a collection of aircraft and aviation-related artefacts. We are family-friendly, wheelchair-friendly and dog-friendly. We are open to the general public and available for bookings of special event days.

In line with Government guidance on COVID-19, we have reopened our doors on limited dates and with some minor restrictions.

Until the end of October, we are open on Bank Holidays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays each week from 10am until 4pm.

Please see our Social Media or the NASAM BLOG for opening dates from November onwards.

Come along and see one of the regions premier aviation museums at the centre of East Anglia. Enjoy a family day out with lots to do and see.

Located on the site can be found; 60+ aircraft on display, 1000's of related artefacts from the early 1900's through to more modern times. In addition to the main hangar and the outside aircraft exhibits, there are separate buildings dedicated to Coastal Command/Air Sea Rescue, The Royal Observer Corps, RAF Bomber Command and the 446 USAAF Bomb Group.

With a family-friendly atmosphere, all are welcome. No advance booking is necessary, just turn up on the day. This is an affordable and enjoyable day out with lots to see and do with free entry and free parking.

The on-site shop has both museum and aircraft-related items for sale. Items range in price from "pocket money" upwards, with lots of models and toys for the children. The shop also serves drinks, sweets and ice creams.

We are wheelchair friendly in all areas apart from aircraft cockpits.

We have plenty of space for the whole family with picnic tables throughout the site, including the family dog. Dogs are welcome in all areas apart from the shop. We do, however, request you keep your dogs on a leash at all times.


The NAAFI Café is open again in the main hangar. As well as displaying numerous pieces of artwork donated to the Museum the NAAFI is serving muffins, crisps, Eccles cakes, flapjacks and numerous other snacks along with soft drinks, tea and coffee.

We're Good To Go

We're Good To Go is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum has been awarded this mark, and we are ready to receive visitors.

Admission is FREE, and there is FREE car parking on-site.

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