This centre is not your slick museum but something more genuine - nothing flash but the setting gives you a feel for what it would have been like to be part of a Bomber Command squadron during WW2. The briefing room, sleeping hut and the control tower are small but authentic. Inside the hangar is a Lancaster being restored. There is something amateurish about the heritage centre but I say this in the kindest sense - run by passionate volunteers that show it as it is. It would have been nice if there had been computer terminals where visitors could search a database of those who served in Bomber Command squadrons. Friendly staff in the cafe.
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