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RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Horning

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  • Here it is enough a plethora of interesting for radar-enthusiasts, but for an audience that is not quite as informed, this was a little out of hand. A great operating room from the cold war could successfully have had more information, it is not always that it is appropriate to wait an hour or two on the next tour.
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  • Very authentic and the guys were very informative.Just as it was in the cold war. Good place to spend half a day  more »
  • This place is staffed by volunteers who are knowledgeable and keen to explain things to you. Very good and fascinating history talks related to both WWII radar and the cold war defences.  more »
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  • Every now and then during a "planned" trip you find a little gem. I didn't plan on visiting this during a recent holiday but came across it and fitted it in. Absolute gem, very interesting and spent a few hours here. I visited on 28th July and the Gentleman who gave the talk in the Cold War Operations room had served two tours there. The scenario he ran through and the explanations were brilliant. He had also hosted Australians on exchange so he could understand Aussie English!! I would recommend it to anyone - thanks for a great visit!
  • Fascinating history of radar through the ages. Real history told by those who were involved and including a good range of artefacts, films, presentations - surprisingly brilliant!
  • Actually really interesting, plus the enthusiasm of all the volunteers was great. Would absolutely love to visit again
  • Brilliant place to visit, open Tuesday's, Thursdays, 2nd Saturday April to October and bank holiday Mondays 10am til 5pm. Some of the volunteers are ex raf, army, radar. You will be quite surprised how much there is to see. A crumbs cafe and shop. Well worth a look. The staff are really friendly.
  • An extremely interesting place to visit. The guided tour takes an hour and a half but is very much worth it. Even after that there was still plenty to see. All the staff we met were infectiously enthusiastic about the place and its history.