Seething Control Tower Museum is a restored World War II air traffic control tower. We are located at Seething Airfield in South Norfolk, England.

It serves as a memorial to all those who served at this airfield from 1943 to 1945. Those who went home and those who did not.

The home of the 448th Bombardment Group (H) during World War Two – 1942 – 45

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To contact us please email station146office@gmail.com

We are open on 2nd August, please see our What’s on Page for further details.

On Monday 15th June we heard some very sad news that a F15c aircraft of the 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath crashed into the North Sea. Sadly the pilot 1st Lt Kenneth Allen lost his life. We asked you to remember Kenneth, his family and all the personnel at RAF Lakenheath.

Today Thursday 18th June we heard this morning of the passing at the age of 103 of Dame Vera Lynn. She became a very special lady in WW2 with her songs of hope in dark times and that distinctive voice keeping the country and our service personnel’s spritits up.