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Seething Control Tower Museum is a living memorial to the service personnel who served in the USAAF 448th Bomb Group at Seething airfield during the Second World War.

Our Mission

The Seething Control Tower Museum Association is managed by volunteers who administer and make the building, contents and archives available to local residents, researchers, tourists and veterans & their families

  • We exist to preserve and maintain the fabric of the Seething Airfield Control Tower, the surrounding grounds and any associated artefacts, documents or equipment connected to the use of the airfield in the second world war
  • We provide a permanent memorial honouring those American Servicemen who served in 448th Bomb Group and connected squadrons at Seething in WW2 and work to inform and educate interested persons to ensure their service and sacrifice is not forgotten.

Open Days

We are open on the First Sunday of the Month, May to October, 10am to 4pm. It’s free to enter.
Our 2023 Open Days are May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd & October 1st. You can get directions here

Join Us

We now have hundreds of members who support the work we do to keep the memories of those who served alive.
Join Our Community Online Here


Our Maintenance Team provides a wonderful opportunity to volunteer in a practical way to meet and make like-minded friends.
If you’d like to help, drop us a line

Our History

Tragically 350 young men died whilst serving and flying from the airfield and the Museum Association wants to continue to ensure their sacrifices and the contribution made by everyone at the airfield is remembered.

Restoration work on the tower continues to this day. An example of this is the project to rebuild the weather observatory. In wartime photographs, a greenhouse structure can be seen on top of the tower. This was the weather observatory. The team researched its size, materials, colours to create what can be seen today. Inside the tower, you will find a variety of exhibits and displays illustrating what life was like at Seething airfield during the wartime years.

These are the People We Honour and Remember

Our Open Days

We are open on the first Sunday of the month from May to October, 10am to 4pm. Visiting and Parking is free of charge but you’re invited to enjoy one of our iconic Bomber Burgers or other refreshments.

We have a small shop selling memorabilia, apparel and books.

Our Open Days are Great for the Whole Family

Our Archives

We hold an exceptional archive of tens of thousands of documents and pictures which we are currently digitising. Many documents are the personal reminiscences of those who served and survived.

Latest News

  • Extra Open Day 13th August
    In support of the Fly High Beer Festival operated by Seething Airfield and Tindall Ales, we will be opening for an additional open day on Sunday 13th August 2023 between… Read More »Extra Open Day 13th August
  • The Bomber in the Back Yard event
    One of our supporters, John Griffiths-Colby, has been doing some in-depth research into the almost undocumented… Posted by Seething Control Tower Museum on Friday, 18 November 2022
  • Seething Digest Autumn 2022
    Our New Seething Digest Autumn 2022 newsletter has just been published. We hope you find it informative and a useful resource for the Seething Control Tower Museum. We look forward… Read More »Seething Digest Autumn 2022
  • Grant Success
    We havebeen successful in an application for a grant to strengthen the balcony and safely allow visitors back out there to witness the view unobstructed.

During Construction 18,000 tons of dry cement & 96,000 tons of aggregate were used. 50 miles of drainage and cable pipes were laid.

The airfield had a main runway 6,000 ft in length. Aligned SW-NE and two secondary runways of 4,200 ft in length.