To reflect its rich and diverse aviation heritage, Lincolnshire boasts a wide range of interesting aviation attractions.

To name a few, the Red Arrows are based at Scampton, and Coningsby is home to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and its associated Visitor's Centre. At East Kirkby you can hear the roar of Merlin engines as Lancaster ‘Just Jane’ completes a taxy run, whilst Digby Lima Sector Operations Museum is an authentic Fighter Command Operations Room, complete with original plotting table. Some of the centres highlight the impact of an airfield on the local community, set out in remote parts of the county. Some are best seen in company with other aviation heritage sites, or other local attractions.

Check out the sites below, and put together your own journey of discovery into the aviation of Lincolnshire.

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre
RAF Digby Sector Operations Room Museum Metheringham Airfield RAF Scampton Heritage Centre
Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre RAF Waddington Heritage Centre RAF Waddington Viewing Enclosure
RAF Wickenby Memorial Museum Museum of RAF Firefighting Grantham Museum