We will remember them…

100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum,
Common Road, Dickleburgh, Norfolk IP21 4PH

Housed in the original airfield control tower and other atmospheric buildings 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum is a moving testament to the Americans who came to Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk to fight alongside the allies during World War Two.

1 March to 31 October,
weekends and bank holidays, 10am to 5pm
Plus Wednesdays, May to September
(Last admission is at 4pm).

“This museum captures a significant period in Norfolk’s history brilliantly. It makes for a fascinating visit and the personal stories will stay with you long after”.
John Davies, Chief Curator, Norfolk Museums Service.
Click here to download our museum leaflet.
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Registered charity no. 285169
Latest News
NEW FOR 2017 - UPDATED EXHIBITS
Fresh for the new 2017 season we have updated and refreshed many of our exhibits. The uniform room has been updated, and we have new displays in the chapel. We also have a new 100th...
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