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an exciting find

we loved this museum and enjoyed seeing the jeeps and cars (Little America) tea and cake was good... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2018
ancienttraveller80
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London, United Kingdom
One of the best days of my life!

We were here because my father had lived here after World War Two, when the site was used to house... read more

Reviewed 22 February 2017
YallournGirl
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Adelaide, Australia
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Sandy Lane | Grove Farm, Woodbridge IP13 6QS, England
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

we loved this museum and enjoyed seeing the jeeps and cars (Little America) tea and cake was good and the museum or war time life including an Anderson shelter bought back memories for my Mother a teenager in London during the war.

2  Thank ancienttraveller80
Reviewed 22 February 2017

We were here because my father had lived here after World War Two, when the site was used to house German Prisoners of War. This made me a different kind of visitor from the usual! From the first time I contacted the volunteers who have...More

3  Thank YallournGirl
Reviewed 23 September 2016

Definitely the best and most well kept USAAF control tower museum in the Eastern counties. The hospital museum in another building is pristine! There is also a section of original runway and many immaculate WW2 airfield vehicles. Richard and Prilly run this museum with a...More

Thank Seamonkey2016
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

This is a lovely friendly museum that costs nothing to visit but would be well worth a tenner! Lots of stuff to see and knowledgeable people to talk to. Open Wednesday's most weeks but some Sunday openings in the Summer. Nice range of vehicles. Has...More

1  Thank OggieDee
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Advised of Debach Airfield museum at a church service, we drove by and found the museum was having an open day, with museum facilities open and a "drive-in" by British owners of American WWII vintage vehicles (mostly JEEPs) The airfield tower was open with interesting...More

1  Thank William W
Reviewed 1 September 2015

It has taken a long tome for me to get to visit this place, but it is only open for a handful of days per year (see website) or by special appointment. A dedicated team of volunteers have repaired/replaced buildings, found items to display in...More

Thank NAJB
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