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RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Horning
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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I am interested in history of RAF being married to ex RAF man.he was a wireless operator in the 60s.all the guides gave very good talks.the cold war room was an eye opener.it certainly does justice to... read more »
Visited with wife and son, neither of whom were particularly interested in the subject, but we all really enjoyed our visit. The volunteers who were explaining the exhibits in the various rooms were s... read more »
Had a fantastic day looking around the museum, there is so much to see. Don't be fooled when looking at it from the outside because as the flyer says "we're bigger than you might think" The knowledge ... read more »
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.
The guided tour is essential, if only for the enthusiastic and knowledgable volunteers. The different rooms are set up in accordance with different real life scenarios mostly from ww2. My 10yr old was fascinated from start to finish. The tour takes 2 hours then its up to you, the other exhibits will take about another hour or two. These included a cockpit from a jaguar fighter jet, my son sat inside and was given another enthusuastic tour by another volunteer. Really enjoyable, if you like that sort of thing! Would definitely return for a longer visit.
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.
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