Operated by volunteers and founded in the mid 1970ís The Tower Museum Bassingbourn England (formerly known as the East Anglian Aviation Society)
was the first museum of its type. Housed in the original airfield control tower located on what was to become one of the most famous bomber bases of the
Second World War. Used by both the Royal Air Force and the 91st Bomb Group (H) of the United States Army Air Force (the Mighty Eighth).
The Museum aims to reflect the distinguished history of the airfield and base since it was opened in 1938 and acts as a living memorial to those that flew from here never to return.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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