RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

A registered Charity No. 1058887

curator@radarmuseum.co.uk Contact Details Phone 01692 631485 email:
WHAT TO SEE AND DO There is lots to see and do at the Air Defence Radar Museum. Just look at the Interactive Map  We have 20 rooms to look round, including those listed here. We also have several Radars in the grounds and, of course, looking across the RAF Station which is still operational, you can see a Cold War icon, the Type 84 Radar scanner which once detected and tracked Soviet war planes as they probed British airspace. As part of the visit we offer free talks. The talks cover the Early RADAR DevelopmentRadar at Neatishead and the Cold War. You can also visit: The Jaguar Cockpit area. Here we have: A Jaguar Cockpit, with a hands on display with the opportunity to sit in the cockpit. We also have a Jaguar Photo Reconnaissance display. The display includes camera pods plus stereoscopic photographs, including some of Norwich. The History Room. Here we have: Models of Radars Backwards writing - used on the Tote Board Hands on exhibits The Coltishall Memorial Rooms. Here we have: Pictorial montage of the history of the former RAF Coltishall. Artefacts and memorabilia including Douglas Bader's "Bunny" mascot. Scale aircraft models. The Gulf War room featuring Jaguar aircraft nose art and ejection seat Air Intercept The room charts the history of Air Intercept Radars. Neatishead Room. The room charts the history of Neatishead Exhibition Rooms We also have several specialist exhibition rooms including: Photo Reconnaissance Civilians at war Communications and Phones Frame Room Radio Room Engineering
WHAT TO SEE AND DO There is lots to see and do at the Air Defence Radar Museum. Just look at the Interactive Map  We have 20 rooms to look round, including those listed here. We also have several Radars in the grounds and, of course, looking across the RAF Station which is still operational, you can see a Cold War icon, the Type 84 Radar scanner which once detected and tracked Soviet war planes as they probed British airspace. As part of the visit we offer free talks. The talks cover the Early RADAR DevelopmentRadar at Neatishead and the Cold War. You can also visit: The Jaguar Cockpit area. Here we have: A Jaguar Cockpit, with a hands on display with the opportunity to sit in the cockpit. We also have a Jaguar Photo Reconnaissance display. The display includes camera pods plus stereoscopic photographs, including some of Norwich. The History Room. Here we have: Models of Radars Backwards writing - used on the Tote Board Hands on exhibits The Coltishall Memorial Rooms. Here we have: Pictorial montage of the history of the former RAF Coltishall. Artefacts and memorabilia including Douglas Bader's "Bunny" mascot. Scale aircraft models. The Gulf War room featuring Jaguar aircraft nose art and ejection seat Air Intercept The room charts the history of Air Intercept Radars. Neatishead Room. The room charts the history of Neatishead Exhibition Rooms We also have several specialist exhibition rooms including: Photo Reconnaissance Civilians at war Communications and Phones Frame Room Radio Room Engineering
curator@radarmuseum.co.uk Contact Details Phone 01692 631485 email:
RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

A registered Charity No. 1058887