RAF Waddington Heritage Centre, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

RAF Waddington Heritage Centre, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

RAF Waddington is a Royal Air Force station located 4.2 miles south of Lincoln.

It has a proud and distinguished history spanning more than 90 years. Following its opening in November 1916 as a flying training base, the Station had aircraft and people involved in both World Wars, including the participation of 44 Squadron in the famous Augsburg bombing raid in 1942.

Numerous squadrons have served here and over time a significant number of personnel have donated their prized memorabilia from their time serving in the county; this has enabled a small collection to be established in the Station Heritage Centre for all to learn from and enjoy.

Voluntarily run, the museum allows you to step into the history of RAF Waddington with plenty to see and learn. The centre is now open to all civilians and service personnel on an appointment basis and best of all it's free (although a small donation to enable the upkeep is appreciated).

Contact via email - wad-heritagecentre@mod.gov.uk

Address RAF Waddington
Telephone -
Area More information on Lincoln