Norfolk’s flying past and present
Over a dozen complete aircraft are on display ranging from the tiny wooden Evans VP-2 all the way up to a huge Vulcan B.2 and the Nimrod MR2.
Displays showcase East Anglia’s rich aviation history taking in RAF and USAAF bases in World War II, helicopters, uniforms, link trainers and the search and rescue service.
You can look inside the cockpits of fighter jets and a Cold War bomber and find out how a Norwich firm which started as an ironmongers in 1797, went on to become Boulton and Paul Aircraft Ltd.
Vulcan cockpit and Nimrod tours (extra charge; subject to availability)
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Visit their website for information about opening times, admission prices and facilities.
Photos courtesy Nick Stone