This small museum houses a number of aircraft [including several outside] and a reasonable collection of memorabilia and artefacts from it's time as an operational RAF base. If you're in the area, it's probably worth a good couple of hours to visit, although it's not one of the big museum, like the RAF Museum at Hendon or the museum at Duxford.
The staff are very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and helpful. In fact, I was given a brie fintroduction to the museum and later a guided tour through the two hangers and a sit inside a basic replica of an SE5A cockpit. A really nice touch!
Here are a few photos from the visit.
|Gloster Meteor, EE549|
|Engine from a crashed Hawker Hurricane|
|Cockpit from a crashed Hawker Hurricane|
|Radio set from a Lancaster|