The Museum houses hundreds of aviation relics excavated by the group over many years from crashed British and German aircraft, along with items kindly donated by the public.
We display artefacts from a wide range of aircraft including Spitfire, Hurricane, Me109, FW190, Ju88 and Do17, to name but a few. Items include engines, propellers, fuselage & wing sections, instruments, controls, bombs and weaponry.
But our intention is not simply to display pieces of twisted metal. You will find documents, letters, photographs and eye-witness accounts alongside the artefacts. Together they tell the stories of the men who fought in the skies over Europe during World War II.
These stories are central to all our exhibits, and our intention is to always provide as much background information as possible.
Our collection is large and constantly growing. This allows us to regularly change the displays and add new and interesting material.
If you have visited us in the past, maybe it's time to come back. We like to think that every visit to the Museum offers something new.