Metheringham Airfield Visitor Centre
Welcome to the official website of Metheringham Airfield Visitor Centre. This small, accredited museum, is dedicated to those men and women who flew, and supported 106 Squadron, Royal Air Force Bomber Command from 1943* until the end of the second world war.
The visitor centre contains an abundance of information, and displays many artefacts that relate to the aircrew and ground staff who flew and offered support to the squadron during its presence at Metheringham.
On the website you will find plenty of information about what we do, some of our history, and how you might support us through membership, a donation or by becoming a volunteer. Better still, why not pay us a visit?
Visitors are able to get up close and sit in the cockpit of our very own C47 Douglas Dakota aircraft. Please note that access is via some steps.
Please click on this Visit us link for directions and a fuller description of facilities.
You will find our volunteers knowledgeable and welcoming.
Our shop offers an extensive range of books and gifts related to the famous ‘Bomber County’ and the units that operated in and around Metheringham.
*including 106 Squadron from September 1939, through its time at Coningsby and Syerston.