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The 448th Bomb Group operated from Seething with B-24 Liberators in World War 2. Situated in the restored control tower here is a museum dedicated to the history of the airfield and the surrounding area. This attraction was formerly known as the Station 146 Control Tower Museum.
East of the B1332, north of Bungay. Follow signs for Seething Industrial Estate from the B1331, or signs for Mundhall and Sisland from the A146 Loddon bypass. Access from the Thwaite St Mary road to the south of the aerodrome. Note that the official postcode, when used for Sat Nav, doesn’t take you to the Control Tower.
Open first Sunday of the month, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm, May to October.
Free admission, but donations are appreciated.
Toilets, Parking, Cafe, Souvenir shop.
List of Aircraft Exhibits
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Seething Control Tower Museum, Toad Lane, Seething, Norfolk, NR15 1AL. Tel: 01508 480635. Official website