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This website is about
The 93rd Bombardment Group (H) Museum,
Station 104, Hardwick, Norfolk, UK.

The LAST open day this year is
 Sunday 15th October  2017.

but ... you can arrange a special visit, see below.

Visits can be made by arrangement
but our Facebook Group is open all day every day

Wide Liberator Photo
328th Patch
Wiki Link (GO)
A personal Diary Link

329th Patch
Wiki Link (RE)
330th Patch
Wiki Link (AG)
409th Patch
Wiki Link (YM)
(now the 909th)
The four squadrons (images from badges at Hardwick)

If you found us by mistake please stay and enjoy then bookmark our urls - at the bottom of the page.

It's open — the Third Sunday of each month from
May - October, 10am (10h00) - 5pm (17h00),
ADMISSION FREE, Refreshments usually available.

Specials visits may be arranged by contacting the curator/secretary.

FREE VETERAN's TOURS - If you are a veteran or the family of a veteran coming
for a visit, before you pay to be shown around read our events and tours page first.

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B-24 Liberator

B-24 Liberator (clic-on-pic to enlarge)

Initially stationed at Alconbury from 6th September 1942, the group moved to Hardwick on December 6th 1942.   The Group was equipped with the Liberator flying the B-24D, B-24E, B-24J, and finally the B-24L and B-25M models.

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The 93rd BG Museum, Station 104 is a WWII Airfield Museum in England, UK.

Dedicated to the memory of those who served in the 93rd Bombardment Group (H) of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), known as The Travelling Circus, or Ted's Travelling Circus. Flying the B-24 Liberator from Hardwick airfield.

The museum is located in original Nissen (Quonset) huts on part of Harwick airfield, near the village of Topcroft in Norfolk, UK.

Beside taking time to browse our website, we would be very pleased to see you in person at one of our events or failing that you can

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Latest News

  • New Memorial Opening near Rheims in France, 2nd April 2017. New Memorial Opening near Rheims in France, 2nd April 2017.This memorial commemorates two American aircraft that crashed near the villages of Bourgogne (51) and Fresnes-lès-Rheims on the ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2017, 05:46 by Seth REEDER
  • Our Web Addresses (URLs). We have been experiencing issues with our two main web addresses recently.www.93rd-bg-museum.org and www.93rd-bg-museum.org.uk.  This has now been resolved.  The ...
    Posted 18 Aug 2014, 03:37 by USAAF Hardwick
  • Open Days 2013 now finished. Thanks to all our visitors and helpers for a great 2013 season.   We welcome you and all your colleagues, friends and families back next year.   Visits may still be arranged ...
    Posted 21 Oct 2013, 05:18 by USAAF Hardwick
  • Anglia TV News Item. ITV Anglia produced a news item on Tue 17th Sept 2013 entitiled "American airmen legacy campaign" which features the museum.  Their original news item's link is below and the ...
    Posted 21 Oct 2013, 05:14 by USAAF Hardwick
  • Nose Art Update ... Go on, have a close look at Gallery 5, the Nose Art gallery, more and more is being added daily until I've completed all the photos I have from ...
    Posted 4 Oct 2013, 02:45 by USAAF Hardwick
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