The decision has recently been taken by the Board of Trustees not to
open the Museum for the 2020 season.
 
This is due to keep our valued
volunteer work force of whom are over 70 years of age and number 80 in
total, safe from the potential treat of the Coronavirus.
We are, however,
 
presently taking group bookings for the 2021 season
(please contact manager@radarmuseum.co.uk for further details).
 
Hope to see you next season from April to end of October 2021.

A registered Charity No. 1058887

Admission

Adults £12.00 Over 65s £10.00 Students £6.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £6.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £30 Under 6’s Free Note all annual tickets purchased in 2019 and pre-paid vouchers will be honoured in 2021 Full Details of prices and offers Group Details

Opening Times

The museum is closed due to the potential threat of the Corona Virus 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
Competition Win children’s entry tickets to the museum for your School by entering our children’s colouring competition (don’t forget to include your name, address and the name of your school). Tickets valid from the day we re- open. Prizes are drawn monthly. Email your entry to manager@radarmuseum.co.uk. Download the picture here.
For that perfect gift idea, why not consider an entry pass (or two) for your family member/special friend/neighbour to the RAF Radar Museum, Neatishead, for the 2021 season, as its the largest privately owned Museum in North Norfolk? It would also be a great way to support us as we remained closed this season to ensure the safety of our volunteers and visitors! Contact manager@radarmuseum.co.uk for full details.
History Support

A registered Charity No. 1058887

Opening Times

The museum is closed due to the potential threat of the Corona Virus 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 £12.00 Over 60s £10.00 Students £6.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £6.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £30 Under 6’s Free Note all annual tickets purchased in 2019 and pre-paid vouchers will be honoured in 2021 Full Details of prices and offers Group Details
Competition Win children’s entry tickets to the museum for your School by entering our children’s colouring competition (don’t forget to include your name, address and the name of your school). Tickets valid from the day we re- open. Prizes are drawn monthly. Email your entry to manager@radarmuseum.co.uk. Download the picture here.
For that perfect gift idea, why not consider an entry pass (or two) for your family member/special friend/neighbour to the RAF Radar Museum, Neatishead, for the 2021 season, as its the largest privately owned Museum in North Norfolk? It would also be a great way to support us as we remained closed this season to ensure the safety of our volunteers and visitors! Contact manager@radarmuseum.co.uk for full details.
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

Admission

Adults £12.00 Over 65s £10.00 Students £6.00 Children (6yrs - 16yrs) £6.00 Family Ticket (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £30 Under 6’s Free Note all annual tickets purchased in 2019 and pre-paid vouchers will be honoured in 2021 Full Details of prices and offers Group Details

Opening Times

The museum is closed due to the potential threat of the Corona Virus 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
Competition Win children’s entry tickets to the museum for your School by entering our children’s colouring competition (don’t forget to include your name, address and the name of your school). Tickets valid from the day we re-open. Prizes are drawn monthly. Email your entry to manager@radarmuseum.co.uk. Download the picture here.
For that perfect gift idea, why not consider an entry pass (or two) for your family member/special friend/neighbour to the RAF Radar Museum, Neatishead, for the 2021 season, as its the largest privately owned Museum in North Norfolk? It would also be a great way to support us as we remained closed this season to ensure the safety of our volunteers and visitors! Contact manager@radarmuseum.co.uk for full details.