Romney Marsh Wartime Collection

The Romney Marsh Wartime Collection, incorporating Brenzett Aeronautical Museum Trust, at Brenzett, is a unique collection of wartime equipment, remains recovered from aircraft crash sites and memorabilia collected and donated to the Museum since its formation in 1972.

The site was an Advanced Landing Ground during  WW2 over a 300-acre site of flat marshland which opened in as RAF Brenzett as part of RAF Fighter Command in 1943.

The Museum has a Bomb Disposal equipment display and a Barnes Wallis Dambuster Bomb on display outside.

Since those early days voluntary members have attempted to improve the range of exhibits to embrace many aspects of the war. Brenzett is an Independent Charitable Trust dedicated to the memory of those living or dead, friend or foe, who served their country during wartime.
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How to Find Us

The Romney Marsh Wartime Collection is located at:

Ivychurch Road
Romney Marsh
Kent TN29 0EE

Opening Times

The Romney Marsh Wartime Collection is open from Good Friday to the last weekend of October. on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays 10.30am until 4pm. 
The last entry to the Museum is 3pm, to allow at least an hour before closing.

Entry Fees

Adults:               £5.00
Concessions:    £3.00
Under 16's:        Free

NB Prices are subject to change at the discretion of the management

For further information please contact:

Museum Office
telephone icon 01797 344747
telephone icon Mark Britnell 07519 873774

or visit the Romney Marsh Wartime Collection website

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