Step back in time to a WW2 Bomber Command airfield....
Explore our amazing aircraft and vehicles alongside fascinating and uniquely personal exhibits linked to Bomber Command. We tell not only the Bomber Command story but also the personal story of those who served in it, remembering those who fought for our freedom.
Explore our exhibitions...
The home of Avro Lancaster NX611 'Just Jane' and DH Mosquito HJ711. Walk within feet of the aircraft, watch the restoration work and take in the many personal stories.
The Control Tower
One of the main features to the museum is the Original Control Tower restored to show you what an operational tower would have been like.
RAF Escape Museum
We are very proud to hold the RAF Escaping Society collection, a tribute to all those who helped crashed airmen in occupied Europe.
A sombre and peaceful place for quiet reflection, displaying the names of all 848 lost aircrew and ground crew from RAF East Kirby.
The Hampden Restoration & Early Bombers
The forgotten period of Bomber Command's history, plus the Handley Page Hampden restoration project and Vickers Wellington wings.
Exhibits include the Home Guard, rationing, a wartime kitchen, the Land Army, evacuation, make do & mend, the Royal Observer Corps, ARP Wardens and a reconstruction of an Anderson shelter.