Experience the International Bomber Command Centre
From the 31 metre-tall (102 foot-tall), 73 ton memorial Spire and its surrounding Walls of Names to the interactive Chadwick visitor centre, you will discover the story of Bomber Command and remember the lives of those who fought to preserve the freedom we enjoy today.
57,861 Men and Women Gave Their Lives Supporting Bomber Command
Don't let their memories fade - support the International Bomber Command Centre.
The International Bomber Command Centre is a World-Class facility acknowledging the efforts of Bomber Command During WWII. The project also covers the stories of those who suffered as a result of the bombing campaigns and those whose survival was guaranteed by the humanitarian operations of Bomber Command. During WWII over a million men and women served or supported Bomber Command. They came from 62 nations across the world and were united in their efforts to protect the freedom we enjoy today. The service included Aircrew, Ground Crew, Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, Auxiliary Air Transport, Auxiliary Transport Services, NAAFI and many others.Purchase TicketsVisiting & Events
IBCC Losses Database
The International Bomber Command Centre Losses Database records the details of 57,861 Bomber Command deaths during WWII. It provides one of the most comprehensive record of these losses in the world.View and Search Losses Database
Events at IBCC
We have an exciting events programme here at IBCC! From Concerts with stars to our annual Salute to the 40s weekend, from Dinner dances to Family Fun Days.. Something for all the family!View Events
Leaving a Legacy
Leaving a legacy in your will is a fitting and worthwhile way to help with the ongoing and important work of the International Bomber Command Centre Memorial Trust. We are grateful to those who choose to donate in this special way.Find Out How to Leave a Legacy