Harrington Aviation Museum

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Harrington Aviation Museum


A must for aviation enthusiasts!

Harrington Aviation Museum

Harrington Aviation Museum

About Harrington Aviation Museum

The Harrington Aviation Museum is a museum located in the village of Harrington in Northamptonshire, England. The museum is dedicated to preserving the history of RAF Harrington, a former Royal Air Force station that played a crucial role in World War II. The museum’s collection includes a range of exhibits and artefacts related to the history of the airfield, including aircraft engines, equipment, and uniforms. One of the museum’s main attractions is the Avro Lancaster bomber, which is undergoing restoration and is one of only two remaining Lancasters in the UK that can be viewed up close.

In addition to the exhibits, the museum offers visitors the opportunity to take a guided tour of the airfield and learn about the role that RAF Harrington played during the war. The museum also hosts a range of events throughout the year, including air shows and vintage vehicle rallies. Overall, the Harrington Aviation Museum is a fascinating destination for anyone interested in the history of aviation and the role that RAF Harrington played in World War II. The museum provides a unique and educational experience for visitors of all ages.

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How to get here

Sunnyvale Farm, Off Lamport Road, Harrington, NN6 9PF

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