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Bottisham Airfield Museum Tour

10:00am on Saturday 10 September
12:00pm on Saturday 10 September
2:00pm on Saturday 10 September

Bottisham Airfield Museum, Wilbraham Road, Bottisham , CB25 9BU

Enjoy a guided tour of this less well known World War II airfield and see the collection of artefacts telling the personal stories of some of those based at the airfield. Bottisham was unique as the only airfield to host three different Air Forces, during World War II.

The Museum opened in 2009 and is the only UK museum dedicated to the Royal Air Force, United States 8th Army Air Force and Belgian Air Forces. The museum operates out of the last remaining airfield buildings to exist within the airfield's original perimeter.

Our Flying Tractor Cafe will be open as usual and you can see our new exhibit – the P51-D Mustang replica aircraft!

Booking Information

Booking email address: opencambridge@admin.cam.ac.uk

Pre-book

Accessibility

Full access

Additional Information

All Ages, Tour, In person, Free
Event capacity: 10 per tour

The museum is 3 miles outside of Cambridge. Exit the A14 on Junction 35 signposted for Bottisham and Stow cum Quy. Follow the 1303 towards Bottisham and Newmarket. Take the 2nd right turn onto Wilbraham Rd and the museum is 100 yards on your right. Plenty of car parking on site.

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