Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum - RAFADRM

Royal Air Force Air Defence Radar Museum - RAFADRM
Royal Air Force Neatishead
Norwich
Norfolk
NR12 8YB
England

Website

www.radarmuseum.co.uk

E-mail

curator@radarmuseum.co.uk

Telephone

01692 631485

Fax

01692 633214

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Discover the TOP SECRET world of Radar at the RAF Air Defence Radar Museum. Established in 1941 the once TOP SECRET base at Neatishead has remained pivotal in Air Defence from WWII right through the Cold War and it still remains an operational RAF station even today. Enjoy our FREE Guided Tour or feel free to wander at your leisure. Be sure to leave at least 2 hours for your visit as we are bigger than you might think! Make sure that you visit the once TOP SECRET Ops Room and experience the Cold War through the eyes of the Radar operators. Finish your visit with a cup of tea and some cake in Crumbs Cafe and visit the Museum Shop on your way out!

Venue Type:

Museum, Castle or defences

Opening hours

Second Saturday each month 1000-1700
Bank Holiday Mondays 1000-1700
Every Tuesday & Thursday from Apr-Oct (inc) 1000-1700
Last Admission (for Guided Tour) 1500

Admission charges

Adult £7.00
Concessions £6.00
13-18yrs £5.00
7-12yrs £2.50
Under 7’s FREE
Groups (15+) by prioir arrangement - please contact for costs

A unique collection of original, signed, RAF Sation and Unit Badges.
The original 'Cold War' Operations Room used by the RAF until 1993.

Collection details

Aviation, Science and Technology, Weapons and War

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