A registered Charity No. 1058887

The Museum is an award winning, volunteer run, visitor attraction which offers an enjoyable and informative day out for the family. Housed in the original Grade II listed 1942 radar operations building, the Museum provides a unique window into the history of radar covering the period of WWII to the Cold War in addition to the exhibition spaces, offers the visitor a wide range of facilities. The museum has twenty-five exhibition rooms and over 10,000 display items. It is suggested that you allow yourself between 2-3 hours to see our entire collection and attend our 2 presentation talks. The museum is located at Neatishead, close to Horning/Wroxham and the Broads and is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.

Admission

Adults £10.00 Over 60s £9.00 Students £5.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £5.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £25 Under 6’s Free Full Details of prices and offers Group Details

Opening Times

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, April to October inclusive. Note: Dogs are welcome onsite - we have shady car parking spaces as well as a dog run. Only guide dogs are permitted within the Museum. Full Details of Opening Times

Direction

The Radar Museum is located just outside the picturesque Norfolk waterfront village of Horning. How to find us
Here at the RAF Air Defence Museum we take your privacy seriously and we will only use your personal information to administer your Friends Account and to provide the services or information you request. Please see our Data Protection Policy for further information.
News In October children go free. Maximum of two children per adult The museum has a acquired two Lightning cockpits, which were found in a farmers field. We will be restoring them over the winter and aim to have them on display next year. Neatishead was in charge of Lightnings at the height of the Cold War so they are coming home. The museum is hosting a Colman’s Connections, the War Years 1914-18 exhibition. The exhibition is free to view as part of your ticket price and is on until the end of the season.
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The Museum is an award winning, volunteer run, visitor attraction which offers an enjoyable and informative day out for the family. Housed in the original Grade II listed 1942 radar operations building, the Museum provides a unique window into the history of radar covering the period of WWII to the Cold War in addition to the exhibition spaces, offers the visitor a wide range of facilities. The museum has twenty-five exhibition rooms and over 10,000 display items. It is suggested that you allow yourself between 2-3 hours to see our entire collection and attend our 2 presentation talks. The museum is located at Neatishead, close to Horning/Wroxham and the Broads and is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.

A registered Charity No. 1058887

Opening Times

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, April to October inclusive. Note: Dogs are welcome onsite - we have shady car parking spaces as well as a dog run. Only guide dogs are permitted within the Museum. Full Details of Opening Times

Direction

The Radar Museum is located just outside the picturesque Norfolk waterfront village of Horning. How to find us
Admission Adult £10.00 Over 60s £9.00 Students £5.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £5.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £25Under 6’s Free Full Details of prices and offers Group Details
Here at the RAF Air Defence Museum we take your privacy seriously and we will only use your personal information to administer your Friends Account and to provide the services or information you request. Please see our Data Protection Policy for further information.
News In October children go free. Maximum of two children per adult The museum has a acquired two Lightning cockpits, which were found in a farmers field. We will be restoring them over the winter and aim to have them on display next year. Neatishead was in charge of Lightnings at the height of the Cold War so they are coming home. The museum is hosting a Colman’s Connections, the War Years 1914-18 exhibition. The exhibition is free to view as part of your ticket price and is on until the end of the season.
The museum is free dren, accompanied by an Adult during the Easter break. Last day is Saturday 27th April. We have been working hard over the winter and have some new exihibits. One of these is the Bloodhound room.

A registered Charity No. 1058887

The Museum is an award winning, volunteer run, visitor attraction which offers an enjoyable and informative day out for the family. Housed in the original Grade II listed 1942 radar operations building, the Museum provides a unique window into the history of radar covering the period of WWII to the Cold War in addition to the exhibition spaces, offers the visitor a wide range of facilities. The museum has twenty-five exhibition rooms and over 10,000 display items. It is suggested that you allow yourself between 2-3 hours to see our entire collection and attend our 2 presentation talks. The museum is located at Neatishead, close to Horning/Wroxham and the Broads and is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.

Admission

Adults £10.00 Over 60s £9.00 Students £5.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £5.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £25 Under 6’s Free Full Details of prices and offers Group Details

Opening Times

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, April to October inclusive. Note: Dogs are welcome onsite - we have shady car parking spaces as well as a dog run. Only guide dogs are permitted within the Museum. Full Details of Opening Times

Direction

The Radar Museum is located just outside the picturesque Norfolk waterfront village of Horning. How to find us
Here at the RAF Air Defence Museum we take your privacy seriously and we will only use your personal information to administer your Friends Account and to provide the services or information you request. Please see our Data Protection Policy for further information.
News In October children go free. Maximum of two children per adult The museum has a acquired two Lightning cockpits, which were found in a farmers field. We will be restoring them over the winter and aim to have them on display next year. Neatishead was in charge of Lightnings at the height of the Cold War so they are coming home. The museum is hosting a Colman’s Connections, the War Years 1914-18 exhibition. The exhibition is free to view as part of your ticket price and is on until the end of the season.