RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre
The RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre captures the very spirit of the Royal Air Force and presents a timeline of history, from the First World War airfield occupied by the Royal Flying Corps in 1916 to the Tornado GR4 and now the F35 Lightning.
The myriad of displays within the Centre chart the development of the East Anglian Air Base from the beginnings as a Royal Flying Corps Home Defence Airfield in 1916 through to the Second World War, the Cold War, to today’s modern Operations.
The Centre provides a fitting tribute and is a lasting legacy to the enduring memory of those who have given all in the service of their country in all conflicts since 1916.
Opening Times — The Heritage Centre is open to the public every Tuesday and Wednesday 09.00 – 16.00 hrs and the last Saturday of the month 09.30 – 16.00 hrs (excluding December). Please check the website marham.ahc.org.uk for updates on opening times.
How to visit us — you can visit the Heritage Centre during the opening times displayed, on any Tuesday or Wednesday or the last Saturday of the month (excluding December).
Entry is free
Group Visits — Should you wish to visit the Centre with a group of 10 people or above and would like the guided tour and talk by one of our guides, please enquire beforehand by contacting the Curator to check on availability by email email@example.com
Where are we? From the A47, follow the signs for RAF Marham. On approach to the Main Gate, the Aviation Heritage Centre can be found next to the entrance to the Camp in the Old Church.
Postcode for Sat Nav: PE33 9NP. Free parking is located behind the shopping complex next to the Centre. (Please note – There is no access to the Active Base from the Heritage Centre)
Amenities and Attractions — The Aviation Heritage Centre has full wheelchair access and toilets for those with limited mobility.
There is a small memorabilia shop.
The RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre is registered as a Charity.
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