The IBCC site in Lincoln is still under construction. As a result it cannot yet be opened to the public.
However the IBCC have set up a series of free guided tours which can be booked by visiting

International Bomber Command Centre

Learn the reasons behind why the project was undertaken

Events in your Area

From local markets to sponsored skydives, find out how we are engaging in the community.

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Your Memories

Learning from the people who served during the war

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Bomber Command Aircrew who lost their lives flying from Lincolnshire and adjacent airfields

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Aircraft lost from Lincolnshire

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Of aircrew died, were taken prisoner or were injured between 1939 and 1945

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The number of operational sorties flown during World War 2

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Aircrew served in Bomber Command during World War 2

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Bomber Command Aircrew killed on Operations during World War 2

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Tons of food dropped over Holland in 1945 as part of Operation Manna

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of aircrew killed were from countries other than the UK

The Heritage Aviation Trail

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The Men of Bomber Command

In absolute numbers, the losses from Lincolnshire were horrific. A total of 3,491 aircraft took off from Lincolnshire and never returned.

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