RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

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. 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 Cafe you are welcome to free of charge - see attached menu
Please provide feedback to webadmin@radarmuseum.co.uk
News The museum is a popular venue for ghost hunters. We host professional paranormal investigators who organise events - see group page for details.
The museum is open from April to Oct. See the Visit page for full details. In August we are open: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Saturday the 12 August (Second Saturday) Monday the 28th August (Bank Holiday)
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. 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 Cafe you are welcome to free of charge - see attached menu
Please provide feedback to webadmin@radarmuseum.co.uk
RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

A registered Charity No. 1058887

News The museum is a popular venue for ghost hunters. We host professional paranormal investigators who organise events - see group page for details.
The museum is open from April to Oct. See the Visit page for full details. In August we are open: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Saturday the 12 August (Second Saturday) Monday the 28th August (Bank Holiday)