The Museum is delighted to have been recognised again by the Northamptonshire Heritage Forum in its annual awards. The award was ‘Highly Commended’ in the Best Special Projects Category for Operation Moonraker – bringing Jenny, our Handley Page Jetstream, to Sywell. The Project, which has been ongoing for nearly 3 years, was achieved in spite […]
A two year battle against circumstance and wing bolts has culminated in the arrival of our second complete airframe – Handley-Page Jetstream G-RAVL. Read much more about her here.
Forgive us for not updating the web site – we do update our Facebook page much more often! RE-OPENING 12th JUNE 2021 Please note these are PROVISIONAL DATES and may be subject to change! Thanks to the new roadmap the Sywell Aviation Museum is pleased to announce that it will formally reopen on Saturday 12th […]
Against some stiff competition, Sywell Aviation Museum was successful in winning the ‘’Highly Commended’’ award in the Best Event category of the Northamptonshire Heritage Forum Awards 2018 which took place at Althorp House on 5th July 2018. The award was for the Museum entry ‘’The Night of Infamy – The Centenary Commemoration of […]
A famous or possibly infamous visitor came to see us on the 10th August 2017… The Museum was delighted to welcome Bryn Fussell to Sywell today….his first visit to the airfield in many years! In 1950, then aged 19, Bryn broke out of Borstal, made his way to Sywell, pushed Auster G-AHHP out of a […]
On the 23rd of July 2017 a young lady and her husband visited the museum. Her name is Captain Lauren Ott and is based at Mildenhall. Before she married she was Lauren Zuckerman and her grandfather Martin Zuckerman was a Radio Operator in 42-31053 Stingy. He flew quite a bit in this aircraft but has […]