can arrange special tours of our museum and the airfield
site, and through our contacts with other nearby bases we can
arrange for you to visit them as well. We usually offer this
service FREE of charge. See TOURS below.
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every day, all day.
are no more
windy but sunny open day on 15th October 2011.
that day Hardwick
Warbirds were also flying
from the adjacent airstrip at Airfield Farm and
there was a classic car parade in the afternoon.
Tea and homemade cakes aplenty.
An open letter from Colin
the 93rd BG (H) friends and family, which also applies to other
groups. Please read before you book your trip:
If any of you
are thinking of visiting the Museum and the base at Hardwick
please get in touch with us first so we can help you
plan your visit. This also goes for the other
DO NOT PAY FOR A TOUR GUIDE. We
have been showing veterans and their families around Hardwick
and the Norfolk countryside ever since they have been coming
home to their bases. The most we ever ask is for a little
help with the fuel cost. We can arrange for
base contacts from other bases to help out if you need
to visit more than one.
The Second Air Division Memorial Library* in Norwich has
a list of base contacts. These are all volunteers
who are happy to show visiting Americans around their chosen
base, plus we know the history of our bases, not just what
is written in books, with most contacts growing up on or
around the bases or surrounding area.
Some of you may be planning a trip to England and then
on in to Europe. Well, a planned tour is probably
the best way for you to go, however, if you're just going
to drop by while on vacation, check with us or the Library* first.
It was one of the reasons the Second Air Division set up
their memorial for you.
We will do our
best for you!
93rd BG Museum Hardwick England.
'Friends of the Second Air Division Memorial'
letter has not been amended)
Library details are on the CONTACT page,
Its name has changed to the American Library.