Notices For Visitors
Changes To Normal Opening Times
It is with deep regret that we have decided to temporarily close the City of Norwich Aviation Museum with immediate effect, until further notice.
This was not an easy decision to make, however following government recommendations , we feel it is necessary to close the museum to protect both our staff members, as well as the general public under the current circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 situation.
For updates please follow our facebook page or this page on our website.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment caused.
Our 'Annual Admission Passes' are now available for purchase online.
|Individual Adult Pass||£15|
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74(F) "Tiger Squadron" Association Appeal
We are working with the 74(F) Tiger Squadron Association to create special section within the City of Norwich Aviation Museum to show the history of this famous RAF fighter squadron. 74(F) Squadron were based at RAF Horsham St Faith (now Norwich International Airport) and RAF Coltishall and this provides a strong link between the Squadron and Norfolk.
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