The 2017 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2018 programme in August.

  • The Bunker's original wartime operations room
  • Close-up of aircraft plots on the Bunker's original wartime map table.
  • Close-up of the "tote" indicator boards in the Bunker's original wartime operations room.
  • Stairs descending 60ft below ground to the Bunker.
  • Replica Spitfire aircraft outside the Bunker.
  • Replica Hurricane aircraft outside the Bunker.
  • Artist's impression of the new Bunker visitor centre.
  • Artist's impression of the new Bunker visitor centre.
  • Architectural plan drawing of the new Bunker visitor centre.

Battle of Britain Bunker & Visitor Centre

Studio E Architects

place
Wren Avenue, Uxbridge, UB10 0RN
info_outline
Parking, Toilets
The Bunker, built in 1939 and today restored to its wartime state, controlled the RAF fighters that won the Battle of Britain. It's new visitor centre is due to open in early 2018 but visitors will be able to have a 'sneak preview'.

Design

Original design
A. Gilpin, Studio E Architects, 1939
Type
Military, Museum
Period
Inter-war, Contemporary