RAF Scampton is home to the Red Arrows display team. Pic: Terence Dooley
RAF Scampton Aviation Heritage Centre is one of ten key sites in the Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire partnership.
The station museum, is housed in one of the original WW2 hangers and contains over 400 artifacts.
During World War II, RAF Scampton was the home of the notorious Dambusters (617 Squadron) and during the Cold War was an extremely important missile base. Today it is home to the RAF Aerobatic Team – The Red Arrows.
Entry to the museum is free to the general public. Please contact the curator prior to your visit as the museum is not permanently manned and due to security measures access to the station is not possible without prior arrangement. If you plan to visit the Museum we ask that you bring with you valid Photo ID e.g. driving licence or passport.
Curator: Mr Mervyn Hallam 07748630832 and Roger Crisp 01522 500738