The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, located at Flixton near the market town of Bungay, is recognised as East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Centre.
The aim of the aviation museum is to preserve and promote the region’s aviation history and is home to a wide range of exhibits featuring 60+ aircraft and cockpits, 1000's of artefacts including equipment, uniforms, engines, models, records and a myriad of other items, providing a fascinating day out for the whole family.
The Museum is currently closed for a major reshuffle and will be open again late February 2022. However, please note it will be open for Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th December 2021 from 10am to 2pm, providing that perfect Christmas day out for all the family!
The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum is a volunteer-run museum and charity that houses a collection of aircraft and aviation-related artefacts. All our welcome! The museum is family-friendly, wheelchair-friendly and dog-friendly. 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.
Please see the Facebook page or the NASAM BLOG for opening dates and any restrictions that may be in place.
The museum is open to the general public and available for hire for special event days.
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.
The museum is wheelchair friendly in all areas, apart from aircraft cockpits. There is 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 and must be kept on a leash at all times.
The NAAFI Café displays numerous pieces of artwork donated to the Museum, alongside serving muffins, crisps, Eccles cakes, flapjacks and numerous other snacks along with soft drinks, tea and coffee.
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 are ready to receive visitors.