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This is a very interesting place to visit where you can see memorabilia from WW1 and WW2 and how the site looked when it was an airfield. It is very easy to find and this weekend (July 2017) they marked the 100th anniversary of the...More
We visited the site on its open day last Sunday and what a good time we had. The event seemed well organised and there was a good variety of stands and exhibitions. We enjoyed looking at the classic cars and army vehicles, eating the very...More
I took my elderly father to the museum which he enjoyed as he was in the Raf during world war 2.I enjoyed it far more than I thought I would ! Helpful volunteers on hand and refreshments. Interesting items donated by local people and people...More
In association with 8th in the East the control tower had an organised meander through the former airfield site. The control tower was open and had various very knowledgable volunteers on hand throughout the afternoon. Very interesting exhibits covering both USAAF and RAF history and...More
An amazing relic from the old RAF Martlesham now surrounded by housing, very interesting information from a time when Douglas Barder was based here flying Hurricanes and later the USAF flying P51 Mustang and latterly jets.
always lots of information and helpful volunteers when I go. would recommend maybe a childrens colouring area or quiz or information directed for children as my youngest gets a bit bored when I drag her along to have a look. love the open days they...More