Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum

RRH Neatishead
Nr Horning
Norfolk
NR12 8YB

+44 (0) 1692 631485
curator@radarmuseum.co.uk
www.radarmuseum.co.uk

From Britain’s finest hour to space-age defence systems

A visit to this massively atmospheric museum includes a compelling and informative guided tour. You’ll be walked through a history of Radar and Air Defence from 1935 to the present day Space Defence Systems. Recalling scenes from the best WWII and Bond movies, two of the museum highlights are the original 1942 Battle of Britain and Cold War operations rooms. Collections from the nearby RAF Coltishall bring to life the personal stories behind this historic air base and include hand-painted aircraft panels, photographs, trophies and WWII hero Sir Douglas Bader’s  mascot ‘Baders Bunny’. A sociable, nostalgic and eye-opening place to visit.

The mseum is a Learning Destination with the Norfolk Children’s University. Children who have a Passport to Learning will be able to earn a credit stamp when visiting.

Keeper of the UK Radar Archive – please ring for an appointment to view the many hundreds of documents and photographs, Occasional event days, Recommended length of visit: 2- 3 hours

Visit their website for information about opening times, admission prices and facilities.

 Photos courtesy: Nick Stone, Starfish.