Here is a rare opportunity to own an original painting by Joe Crowfoot.
The painting is of the P-47 of Lanny Lanowski who was a Polish pilot with the 56th Fighter Group. This painting is being sold on behalf of the artist. Price £320 ovno. The picture measures 16 inches x 12 inches. To view the painting or for more details, please send an email here.
Welcome to the website for the Halesworth Airfield Museum. This website has been created to provide information about the airfield and the museum dedicated to it. During its short four year run of active service the airfield played host to some of World War Two’s most influential participants.
Halesworth Airfield was mainly used as an American base. Both the 56th Fighter Group and the 489th Bomb Group stayed here.
Towards the end of the war and afterwards the base took on a rescue and training function before finally closing in February 1946.
The Halesworth Airfield Museum houses an extensive collection of World War Two memorabilia, including many items specific to the airfield. Walking through the museum visitors get the feel of what life was like in the 1940s for the servicemen who stayed there.
For a more detailed history of the airfield please see the History page.
A visit to the museum is a must for anyone visiting the area with anything more than a passing interest in the War.
To become a member of the museum it costs £5 annually for single membership or £8 annually for married/partnered membership.
When you join you will receive a complimentary enamel badge and also 10% off all goods in our museum shop. You will also receive a newsletter periodically through the year with all the news from the museum and forthcoming events.
As an alternative to paying for membership online, you may download and print the Membership form here, and send it by post.
To support the work of the Halesworth Airfield Musem, please visit our online shop. If you would like to make a donation to help with the upkeep of the museum, please use one of the Donation buttons below.