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The only original Battle of Britain RAF Fighter Group Operations Room open to the public. The Operations Room, in reality a series of rooms on 2 levels some 60 feet (18m) underground, is reached via 76 steps. The plotting room with its large map...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
11 Group Operations Room Wren Avenue | off St Andrews Road, Uxbridge UB10 0FD, England
All reviews control room battle of britain operations room ops room no lift second world war well worth the effort run by volunteers real history piece of history guided tour general public excellent museum winston churchill historical importance above ground control centre
A real find in a beautiful setting. The visitor center is well laid out for both kids and adults with a good timeline explaining the creation of the bunker between the 2 world wars, the role it played in both the Battle of Britain and...More
The Battle of Britain Bunker was great to visit. You actually get to go down into the bunker and see where Churchill and the leaders of the British military sat and planned the defence of Britain.
They have actual size replicas of aircraft and the...More
Newly opened to the public in 2018, the Battle of Britain Bunker is a totally authentic museum located in the underground bunker that served as the command headquarters for Britain's air response to the Luftwaffe threat during World War II. The main control room is...More
Looking for a place from the past we were not disappointed with our visit to The Battle of Britain Bunker. The volunteers who worked on the day of our visit were most helpful and courteous to the general public. Gill on the front desk certainly...More
We visited this museum with my daughter and her husband on a wet Saturday afternoon. The visitor centre was very interesting with its Spitfire and Hurricane on display and we enjoyed tracking the whole process of the work done here in WW2. The tour of...More
A very enjoyable and informative trip, I took my 2 grandchildren [8 and 11] and they too were interested in the whole experience, seeing the replica planes so close was amazing and going down into the bunker was so interesting, there were things that could...More
Visited on recommendation, as my mother was a fighter plotter in the war. If you are interested in history, this is a must. The bunker (care- 90 steps down and up) is set up as it was in 1940, when Churchill was there for the...More
If you are a lover of history and the important places that shaped the destiny of Britain and the world in WWII, the Battle of Britain bunker is an experience not to be missed. It is an easy approximately one hour Tube ride to Uxbridge...More
This is a must visit for anyone interested in the Battle Of Britain. There is the chance to visit the original Battle of Britain bunker as well as the brand new visitor centre with Spitfire and Hurricane suspended above you. Lots of interactive displays and...More