The RTA was formed by a group of local people in July 1992 with the aim of restoring the Control Tower to its original condition. The Association became a registered charity in 1998. The site is one of living history for the education and entertainment of present and future generations of the public. This is a Museum dedicated to the 332nd BG and 94th BG.
For a short history of Rougham Airfield click the logo below.
The museum is run by a small band of dedicated enthusiasts who are passionate about the history of the place, however we are always on the look out for more willing volunteers and members for the Association. All will be made welcome!
Come along and have a look around our Control Tower Museum, enjoy tea/coffee and cake in our friendly Tea Room and see how much time and effort the volunteers have put into the restoration of these historic buildings. Anyone is welcome to visit.
10am until 4pm every Sunday from May to October. Open on Saturday on airfield events
Admission: Admission is free.
Our next event coming up is the ‘Heritage Weekend’ being held on Saturday September 10th and Sunday September 11th. There will be Re-enactments to be seen, Military Vehicles on display and memorabilia related to WWII (especially USAAF 94TH BG)
We are happy for people to visit outside of open hours if they could call Shirley on 07976 670679 or email to arrange a visit.
Groups are also welcome to visit for a guided tour. Fee’s apply. Email for details.
The Tower is also available for Paranormal Investigations please contact Clint Cansdale on 07769 608263 for info.
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