Battle of Britain
Explore the human stories behind the Battle of Britain and discover how museums and heritage sites commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Battle with Culture24 news, listings, events, links, resources and features.
The RAF Museum has begun the delicate process of lifting the last remaining World War Two Luftwaffe Dornier bomber from its 1940 resting place beneath the Kent sea.
Imperial War Museum Duxford is preparing to open its first major permanent exhibition since 2007 revealing the history of the airfield and the men and women who served there.
The Imperial War Museum is promising a beacon-like entranceway to its award winning Churchill War Rooms in Whitehall.
Scientists from Imperial College are helping the RAF Museum develop new conservation techniques to help preserve the WWII German bomber discovered in 2010 off the Kent coast.
The 20-year campaign to turn Buckinghamshire codebreaking centre Bletchley Park into an impressive heritage heartland has been rewarded with a lucrative Lottery windfall.
Thousands gathered this weekend for thrilling aerial acrobatics at Imperial War Museum Duxford, celebrating the iconic fighter's 70th anniversary.
The Royal Air Force Museum has launched a £250,000 campaign to save a German wartime bomber submerged under the sea where it was shot down at the height of the Battle of Britain.
The RAF Museum is hosting a first exhibition focussing specifically on the Second World War portraits of Eric Kennington in a reassessment of the artist.
Imperial War Museum Duxford is limbering up for the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire and celebratory September airshow.
The Imperial War Museum is offering visitors a unique opportunity to spend the evening in the Churchill War Rooms on Friday May 13.
The Conservation Centre at RAF Museum Cosford is opening its doors to the public for a week in March.
A play commemorating the 75th anniversary of the first flight of the Spitfire is showing at the Museum of Army Flying.
IWM Duxford has launched a project to bring the story of the famous RAF station to life and is asking the public to assist.
A dramatic image based exhibition commemorating the London Blitz is showing at the RAF Museum, London.
Sirens, searchlights and terror from the artists who captured the aftermath of Luftwaffe attacks at SW1 Gallery next month.