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Lost gem in RAF history.

Norfolk is full of Second World War airfields and Langham Dome is a piece of lost RAF History and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Perfect visit for anyone interested in aviation.

This dome continues to fascinate visitors with a wealth of information about its futuristic... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2018
John H
Norwich, England, United Kingdom
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A small but perfectly formed museum, created inside a WW2 anti-aircraft gunner training Dome in the middle of Langham Airfield in north Norfolk. We offer a wide variety of opportunities for learning and fun for all the family - informative displays...more
Cockthorpe Road, Langham, Holt NR25 7BP, England
+44 7570 725484
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Reviewed 12 April 2015

We've been waiting for the Dome to re-open for 2015, and finally made it today. We expected to enjoy it, but it successfully exceeded our expectations!! We arrived just in time to watch the three short films (narrated by the wonderful Stephen Fry) that tell...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Norfolk is full of Second World War airfields and Langham Dome is a piece of lost RAF History and is defo worth a visit, I stumbled across it by accident and turned around to see what it was! Built in the early 1940s to train...More

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Reviewed 20 September 2018

Quite pricey to enter the exhibit but also a lot to be seen outside without cost. Wartime interesting venue.

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Reviewed 5 September 2018

This dome continues to fascinate visitors with a wealth of information about its futuristic workings and the airfield. The model of the airfield is particularly well done as one can light up specific buildings and the aircraft models are excellent - i'd never even heard...More

1  Thank John H
Reviewed 29 August 2018

I read about Langham Dome some 2 years ago but had never in the area when it was open to the public. On 27th August I made a special journey in order to see exactly what it was like. The Dome is a bout 40ft....More

1  Thank norfolkngoodkl
Reviewed 27 August 2018

Being quite local we'd heard about this a few times over the past few years, especially the effort to get it saved. Well what a job they've done. We arrived BH Monday, having walked from Morston Quay. The museum itself was very good and well...More

Thank MrBeanPA
Reviewed 26 August 2018

Small but perfectly formed! The Museum provides a fascinating insight to the role of Domes in training during the second World war, the stories of those who were based on Langham airfield and the technology which has influenced modern day computer games .There are interactive...More

1  Thank MCB8
Reviewed 2 August 2018 via mobile

Great little museum, very interesting with knowledgeable staff. Good for all ages, a nice range of hands on exhibits for kids. They also got to try training as an RAF gunner!

Thank Ellen R
Reviewed 29 July 2018

This really is a well presented museum really up-to-date and a clean presentation. The history behind the p,ace is just great and well documented. This really has the great feel and to sit and watch the film was just great . Recently did a similar...More

Thank TallyHo1122
Reviewed 9 July 2018

Well laid out with some interesting exhibits. Although a small museum we enjoyed our visit. It has been we’ll restored and though a bit out of the way if in the area do go. Showing my age l can remember seeing two mosquito aircraft doing...More

Thank richard g
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Excellent small museum. Well worth a visit if you are near the North Norfolk Coast. Forget the Millenium Dome - this is better

Thank david b
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Response from ValB1093 | Property representative |
Dogs are allowed in the Dome, but many find it rather unsettling due to its strange acoustics. Most visitors choose to leave their dogs tied to one of our picnic tables while they are in the Dome. We have a water bowl near... More