The RAF Air Defence Museum is one of the world's longest continuously running radar site, It now provides a unique window back in time to the beginning of radar. The museum is a great place to visit for a day out in Norfolk and is fun for all the family. Having 20 exhibition rooms for you to see and a free guided tour for anyone who visits to give you more depth in your understanding of radar technology and how it developed over the years.
An award winning, volunteer run, visitor attraction, the Museum offers an enjoyable and informative day out. Housed in the original Grade II listed 1942 radar operations building, the Museum, in addition to the exhibition spaces, offers the visitor a wide range of facilities.
If you need a break or fancy something to eat then why not visit the volunteer run Crumbs Cafe? We aim to provide you with a wide array of snacks and beverages to choose from and whenever possible, we try to source our products locally and for only the freshest produce.
We also have a gift shop here in at the museum which can offer you a wide range of souvenirs to purchase for you to remember your visit at the museum. The shop stock includes: postcards, key rings, book marks, pens, notebooks, mugs and model aircraft. We also stock a range of educational Replica Packs which help tell you about various aspects of living and working during the Second World War.
If you would like to find out more then please check out our website provided on the side panel or just visit during our opening hours.