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Battle of Britain Bunker

11 Group Operations Room Wren Avenue | off St Andrews Road, Uxbridge UB10 0FD, England
+44 1895 238154
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Seeing the bunkers was like being there In the war years!

It is a must - you will thoroughly enjoy it. There are so many interesting things to take in of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mary F
Uxbridge, United Kingdom
A fascinating site and significant piece of WWII history

This bunker had huge significance during WWII and, particularly, the Battle of Britain as it was... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Helen B
Uxbridge, United Kingdom
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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 table, squadron display boards, balloon and weather states, is exactly how it was when Winston Churchill visited on 15th September 1940
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
11 Group Operations Room Wren Avenue | off St Andrews Road, Uxbridge UB10 0FD, England
+44 1895 238154
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a must - you will thoroughly enjoy it. There are so many interesting things to take in of the years gone by so don't miss it!

Thank Mary F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This bunker had huge significance during WWII and, particularly, the Battle of Britain as it was the control point for fighter aircraft across the South of England. The guide was incredibly informative and the map room is well worth seeing. The site was an air...More

Thank Helen B
Reviewed 23 May 2017

The visit was very memorable. Only the philistines of the world ( unfortunately many) have not been to this site. It is in terms of history more important than Hastings or dare I say, Westminster Abbey. The Battle of Britain was conducted at this location....More

1  Thank Russell P
Reviewed 13 May 2017

This is a great place to visit if you are interested in WW11 history, the volunteers that run this venue are very knowledgeable & there is so much to look at it is hard to believe. We had a thoroughly enjoyable time there & will...More

1  Thank TheAdamsFamily286
11groupopsroom, Volunteer at Battle of Britain Bunker, responded to this reviewResponded 15 May 2017

Thank you for the review, we are glad you enjoyed your visit

Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

If you love the history of WW2 this is a must. Unsuitable for people with any sort of walking problem as it is a very long way down. Once you are there it is worth the climb down. Witnessing and seeing how it was done...More

1  Thank cricketphil
Reviewed 28 April 2017

The guided tour is OK, but if you are not into WWII (i.e. normal person) the level of detail is a bit too much. The control-room with the big map is a highlight.

Thank bomulsan
Reviewed 21 April 2017

I was very surprised by the size of the "Bunker" once inside, a real "Tardis", extremely well maintained and preserved, our historian Chris was extremely knowledgable and provided a captivating speech outlining the history and importance of this unique venue. They are in the process...More

Thank JohnWillan
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Very interesting place and our guide, Stan, was friendly and informative. Note that you need to book in advance and get driving instructions as it is not well signposted. As well as the historic map room there is an interesting small museum.

Thank Brighton9
Reviewed 23 March 2017

This was high tech in the 2nd word war. As proud Britian I am amazed how our country was saved from invasion by winning he air war with, by todays standards, such basic technology. This should be a compulsory visit for all school children. it...More

1  Thank Helen W
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Such an interesting place if you like history. As local to the area and live nearby I found it so interesting. First visited with my children's school before it was opening to public. They have expanded it so much since then and I guess they...More

1  Thank Kellie H
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Uwe M
4 December 2016|
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Response from 11groupopsroom | Property representative |
The walk from Uxbridge tube station is about 20-25 minutes. The map on our wbesite battleofbritainbunker co uk, shows the route. Please also be aware that the Bunker will NOT be open over the Xmas/New Year period... More
Dolores F
4 November 2016|
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Response from Qprmal2014 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Delores, to the best of my knowledge, all visits have to be pre-booked. Well worth the visit. Malcolm
Russell H
9 October 2016|
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Response from 11groupopsroom | Property representative |
I have checked our website all seems OK from our end. Tripadvisor is stopping me from confirming the web address, so use google to search for Friends of 11 Group Operations Room Previously when the Bunker was under the... More