Langham Dome was built in 1942/42 on the end of RAF Langham in Norfolk. It used innovative technology to train anti-aircraft gunners. Long before digital virtual reality was invented, moving images projected onto the inside of the Dome taught trainees how to shoot down enemy aircraft. Following generous support from HLF and others, Langham Dome opened to the public in 2014. Visitors to Langham Dome (a Scheduled Ancient Monument) can see displays and films about the Dome and RAF Langham. They can also test their aim with an interactive dummy training gun and one of the Dome's original target films.
Currently closed but will be re-opening in April 2020.
|5 - 16||£2.50|
Family ticket: 2 adults and up to 3 children
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