The Hospital buildings were purchased from a local farmer by Tony and Val Albrow with the view to restoring them as a museum dedicated to The 95th Bomb Group. The buildings have been used for different things since their original use during WWII; firstly as chicken sheds, decease then as a pig unit, doctor a grain store and finally as a mushroom farm for 18 years.
The buildings have under gone a ten year restoration which has been privately funded and are now open to the public.
The restoration is ongoing and fourteen of the fifteen rooms are now open with many displays. Some rooms are restored to their original state as if the 95th were still an operating group. Others have exhibits and displays to view.
Open May – October, last Sunday in each month, 10-4. weekdays by appointment.
95th Bomb Group Hospital Museum, Shingle Hill, Denham, Eye IP21 5EU
T: 01379 870514