The museum is free for Children, 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, which is located on the site of the world’s longest continuously operating radar site, provides a unique window into the history of radar and is a great day out in Norfolk, for all the family. The museum is located at Neatishead, close to Horning and the Broads and is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction. The museum is also a member of Visit the Broads. The museum has twenty exhibition rooms and as part of the visit offers talks on the early development of Radar and the Cold War. To see what is in each room go to the Interactive Map. If you just want to pop in and use the Café you are welcome to free of charge - see attached menu

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
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.

Opening Times

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, April to October inclusive. Full Details of Opening Times

Direction

The Radar Museum is located just outside the picturesque Norfolk waterfront village of Horning. How to find us

WW2 Room Talks

Early Development of Radar Radar at Neatishead The First talk is at 10:30 am

Cold War Talks

Talks on the Cold War and the role of Neatishead are given through out the day. The first talk is at 11:15 am

The Air Intercept Room

details the history of Air Intercept. The room has some WW2 Airborne Radars and models of the early and latest Air Intercept Aircraft.

Exhibition Rooms

The museum has several rooms covering Photo Reconnaissance, Communications, Radio, Civilians at War, Frame Room and Engineering

The Neatishead Room

charts the history of the site.The room is also used for guest exhibitions.

The History room

charts the history of Radar through from the predecessor, the Sound Mirror, the Chain Home Radar used in WW2, to more modern Radars.

The museum has a Jaguar and

a Tornado cockpit.

You can sit in the Jaguar cockpit and by using a head up display you can get the feel of how was to fly the Jaguar.

The Coltishall Rooms

celebrate the Spirit of Coltishall. There are five rooms and they have a wide range of artifacts.

The Victor K2 cockpit

is one of our latest acquisitions.

The Nuclear Reporting

Cell

(NRC) at RAF Neatishead, was an element of the UK Warning and Monitoring Organisation (UKWMO)

News

Children's Eye Spy Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday 20th April and Bank Holiday Monday 22 April How sharp are your eyes and mind to find the hidden token in our Museum to win a giant Easter Egg? Are you up for the challenge?
The museum is free for Children, 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.
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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.
The museum, which is located on the site of the world’s longest continuously operating radar site, provides a unique window into the history of radar and is a great day out in Norfolk, for all the family. The museum is located at Neatishead, close to Horning and the Broads and is a Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction. The museum is also a member of Visit the Broads. The museum has twenty exhibition rooms and as part of the visit offers talks on the early development of Radar and the Cold War. To see what is in each room go to the Interactive Map. If you just want to pop in and use the Café you are welcome to free of charge - see attached menu

A registered Charity No. 1058887

Opening Times

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, April to October inclusive. Full Details of Opening Times

Direction

The Radar Museum is located just outside the picturesque Norfolk waterfront village of Horning. How to find us

WW2 Room Talks

Early Development of Radar Radar at Neatishead The First talk is at 10:30 am

Cold War Talks

Talks on the Cold War and the role of Neatishead are given through out the day. The first talk is at 11:15 am

The Air Intercept Room

details the history of Air Intercept. The room has some WW2 Airborne Radars and models of the early and latest Air Intercept Aircraft.

Exhibition Rooms

The museum has several rooms covering Photo Reconnaissance, Communications, Radio, Civilians at War, Frame Room and Engineering

The Neatishead Room

charts the history of the site.The room is also used for guest exhibitions.

The History room

charts the history of Radar through from the predecessor, the Sound Mirror, the Chain Home Radar used in WW2, to more modern Radars.

The museum has a Jaguar

and a Tornado cockpit.

You can sit in the Jaguar cockpit and by using a head up display you can get the feel of how was to fly the Jaguar.

The Coltishall Rooms

celebrate the Spirit of Coltishall. There are five rooms and they have a wide range of artifacts.

The Victor K2 cockpit

is one of our latest acquisitions.

The Nuclear Reporting

Cell

(NRC) at RAF Neatishead, was an element of the UK Warning and Monitoring Organisation (UKWMO)
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

News

Children's Eye Spy Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday 20th April and Bank Holiday Monday 22 April How sharp are your eyes and mind to find the hidden token in our Museum to win a giant Easter Egg? Are you up for the challenge?
The museum is free for Children, 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.