Bottisham Airfield Museum
The Museum was opened in 2009 to commemorate the sometimes forgotten role of the airfield at Bottisham in World War Two.
It is the only UK museum dedicated to the Royal Air Force, United States 8th Army Air Force and Belgian Air Forces. We are now operating out of the last remaining airfield buildings to exist within the airfield’s original perimeter.
A Nissen Hut was erected in the original location of one that was there in 2016. The restoration of the original buildings was completed in 2020.
The museum is now fully functioning with modern facilities including a coffee shop and shop.