The Museum

Seething Control Tower Museum is dedicated to the memory of those who served at this wartime airfield.

A visit will take you back in time as you view the pictures and exhibits and read the real life stories of those brave servicemen.

 

VISITORS INFORMATION

Arriving by car

Seething Control Tower Museum is approximately 9 miles south east of Norwich. There is ample free parking for bikes, cars and coaches.
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Arriving by Air

The Museum is on the south side of Seething Airfield, a popular general aviation airfield. Aircraft arriving at Seething (EGSJ) should check their AIP and the airfield's website for information.  Aircraft parking and the clubhouse is on the north side of the airfield. PPR. 
Seething Airfield Website

How much does it cost?

Admission to the Tower is FREE though we do ask for a donation to help keep this heritage site open for visitors.

Refreshments

The Museum Refreshment Room is situated on the first floor of the tower providing a panoramic view over the airfield. It offers a selection of  hot and cold drinks and homemade sweet and savoury snacks.

Groups

We welcome groups, however we do ask that you book in advance so you can get the most out of your visit.  Contact Us Here

Access

Access to the first floor is via an internal staircase.

What's the weather like?

Find out what the weather is like from the Seething Airfield website. 


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