(Dial the extension as soon as the recorded voice is heard)
Alf Fisher Curator
To make enquiries, please contact the appropriate person shown below
The Signals Museum
Vic Ludlow Email
Booking Officer or submit form
Dave Thompson Email
Individuals or Parties wishing to make a visit must submit the form below at least 10 days before the proposed date. The preferred weekday for visits is Tuesday, other days by arrangement with the Curator
The previous tabulated booking form system has been withdrawn by Serif, the web software suppliers.
If you would lie to book a visit, please contact the Curator or the Webmaster.
Details required for a visit:
Proposed Date and Time,
Names of all in the party, with address and contact number
(Except under 14s)
Vehicle: Reg No. Make, Type, Colour
Photo ID must be produced on arrival: Passport, Driving Licence, Over 60 Bus Pass
Thank you, Dave Thompson, Deputy Curator
RAF Henlow is in Bedfordshire and is located about 6 miles north of Hitchin on the A600 Bedford Road and has easy access from the A1 and the M1 roads. Nearest railway stations are Hitchin or Arlesey.
Code for GPS is SG16 6DN. If coming via the A1 come off at junction 10 near Baldock, (end of motorway section) and turn towards Shefford along the A507. Follow this road until you have gone over the railway bridge after about 3 miles, and at the next roundabout (Junction A507/B659), after about 3/4 mile, turn left. This will bring you past the airfield on your right and into the built up area and as you wait at the traffic lights, you will see a sign which says “RAF Henlow All Visitors”. Park there, cross to the guardroom to get a pass then back to your car and enter through the barrier in the corner of the car park. The museum is the first building inside the gate on the left with a Type 7 Radar Scanner in front. Just park opposite and come in.
Visitors who may want a meal in the area will find a warm welcome at the Five Bells in Henlow village. www.thefivebellshenlow.co.uk
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