Next Museum open day May 31st
There will be a film presentation throughout the day.
The story of Charles Gumm a fighter ace from Boxted and the hero of Nayland in Suffolk.
How Charles gave his life to save a village.
This exclusive film was made by our organisation and a professional filmmaker and is not available anywhere else.
Normal admission donation applys.
NEW FOR 2015:
MORE DISPLAYS AND INFO ADDED*
The museum was opened by Henry Farwell (veteran of the 386th Bombardment Group) on May 29th 2011.
The museum is open to the public from 10.00 am to 4.00pm on the following dates in 2015:
Last Sunday of each month from March until October inclusive:
You can add these events to your Email or Smartphone calendar using this ICAL link.
The museum can be opened for private and group visits. We invite veterans and their families to contact us. We also give illustrated talks on the airfield history. For details please contact us.
Admission donation £3. Accompanied children free.
Light refreshments and Airfield souvenirs are available from our shop.
Good disabled access, level ground from car park straight into the buildings and disabled toilet.
Our address is:
Latitude: 51.937548 N, Longitude: 0.922186 E
Telephone: 07747 082 085 (museum open days only).
The Boxted Airfield Museum is located on the south-east side of Langham Lane.
The museum buildings are located on the north-western side of the airfield site.
Richard Turner (left) and Henry Farwell (right) inside the museum after the opening ceremony.
We are proud to have the largest surviving piece of a Martin B-26 Marauder in the UK on display. See our Marauder Fuselage page for more details.
We have various artefacts from the surrounding area.