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Battle of Britain 76th Commemorations at our London Site

Published on: 05 September 2016

On 10 and 11 September we will be commemorating the 76th anniversary of the Battle of Britain with events including a flypast of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Lancaster on Saturday 10 September at 1.35 pm and Spitfire on Sunday 11 September at 1.50 pm (subject to weather conditions). Members of the public will also have the rare opportunity to experience a Merlin Engine running on our helipad on both days (timings to be confirmed).

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster   
From Monday 3 October the Battle of Britain Hall and the Sunderland Hall will be closed to the public. This closure will help us complete the final phase of the aircraft condition survey which started earlier this year as part of our preparations for the RAF’s Centenary in 2018.

We would like to apologise for any disappointment this may cause. All other galleries and our Echo Alpha Tango restaurant will remain open – offering a great day out for all visitors.

For regular updates on work across our London site, to help plan your visit, please sign up to our RAF Centenary E-newsletter by going to the bottom of this page and clicking on our E-newsletter link  


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