Free admission to Fenland Aviation Museum for all NHS, Police and fire service personnel
- By Elaine Bird
- 06 August 2020
As a way of saying thank you to those of you that have helped keep the community safe Fenland Aviation Museum are offering free admission to all NHS, Police and Fire Service personnel on production of an ID card.
The museum has lots to see including complete aircraft, Cockpits and other displays. It also has a number of displays from local WW2 crash sites with the stories and details of the crews. Some survived and sadly other did not.
There is a one-way system in place and hand sanitisers on site. Please remember to take a face mask for your visit. There is a quiz for younger visitors for £1 and they get a prize at the end.
For those not in the emergency services the museum is still open to all and for just £3 an adult, £2 for 14 to 17yrs and under 14’s free. It is a great way to spend a couple of hours.
Fenland Aviation Museum is open Wednesdays at 1pm, Saturdays at 9am and Sundays from 10am. Each day closing at 4pm with last entry at 3pm.
To find the museum use the postcode PE14 7DA and follow the signs from the A47 and it is on the left behind windows 2000 or if coming through Wisbech, on the right between KNOWLES haulage and WORZALS Bar and Grill. More information can be found on the website: https://www.fenlandaviationmuseum.org.uk/