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Our Mission


Suffolk Aviation Heritage Group exists to promote a wider understanding within the general public of the county's vast aviation related history and to encourage, where practicable, continued preservation of its associated heritage.  


The Suffolk Aviation Heritage Museum


In support of its Mission Statement, the Group's core project, the Suffolk Aviation Heritage Museum was established in 2008 on the site of a former military communications centre near Ipswich. Together with informative displays and special exhibitions, visitors are able to explore previously unrecorded aspects of aviation history.


See our Find Us page for directions to the museum  


Opening Details


Opening Times: Every Sunday - 2nd Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October - and Bank Holiday Mondays.


11.00am to 4.00pm


Admission: Free. Advertised Special Exhibitions at small entry fee.


Disabled Access: Unrestricted throughout


Parking: Free - 40 spaces


Shop: Tea, coffee and confectionary. Aviation related art work and books etc also on sale.


Toilets: Ladies, Disabled and Gents


Edith Cook Statue Appeal


To commemorate Britain's first female pilot, Edith Cook, we are appealing for £60,000 to commission a statue in Ipswich. For further details on this remarkable young woman and this exciting project click here or if you would like to make a donation please click on the poster to download a form that provides details of what to do.