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Bomber Command Memorial

Hyde Park | Green Park, London W2 2UH, England
+44 20 7580 8343
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The RAF Benevolent Fund is proud and privileged to be the custodian of the new Bomber Command Memorial in central London. The memorial has been built to be modern, yet classical, in Portland stone. At its heart are the bronze sculptures of a Bomber Command aircrew. Within the memorial, the space is open to the sky with an opening designed to allow light to fall directly onto sculptures of the aircrew.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A beautiful memorial to heros of the war, very impressive and moving. Take the time to look, reflect and thank!

Thank 21Timbo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I frequently stay for a while at the memorial. Its foundation was long overdue to cause us to remember that Bomber Command had the largest casualty rate oif any of the UK armed forces in WW2.

Thank Skybolt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very well done memorial to the men and woman who sacrificed so much in WWII. London has memorials for all the services that fought in all wars. Many of them can be visited in half a day if you don't mind doing some walking.

Thank 0echo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After the fall of France and the rescue of the BEF from Dunkirk it was the RAF (and a few Yanks and Canucks) who stood between democracy and facism. This monument commemorates their sacrifice and valor during the war's darkest moments. Please, come to pay...More

Thank 101jumper
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I always take a minute here when in London due to having had family serve with Bomber Command. I'm glad they finally got the recognition they deserved and make a conscious effort to pay my respects at this Memorial

Thank Boho1979
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On top of 11th November this memorial is a must. Everyone was very respectful as they quietly viewed the inscriptions to the 55,573 airmen were lost during the second world war. The central statue is of a bomber crew ie pilot, navigator, rear gunner, forward...More

Thank Martie227
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the memorial at night, which was a very moving experience. All of us owe it to those brave "few" to visit and honour them at this memorial.

Thank StacPollaidh1980
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was about time for recognition of nearly 66000 crew of the various crews of Bomber Command who lost their lives in WW11. 2012 was a great year, this is a must see poignant memorial to those who perished many miles from their homes and...More

Thank Tourman2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Gladdened to see that the brave boys who gave their lives have at last been recognised. East Anglia is peppered with memorials to the brave young men of the 8th Army Air force but nowhere else is their a tribute to our boys who knew...More

Thank Jan295
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A large sculpture, very detailed, of a bomber crew, set within a new colonnade. A great memorial for the huge numbers of airmen who served in the RAF and Commonwealth Air Forces

Thank nicmx5
St. James's
Perennially fashionable since the days of Henry VIII,
the aristocratic “Clubland” of St James's is a premier
destination for high end craft and bespoke design.
Here you’ll lose count of the Royal Warrants (which
indicate that the Royal Family patronizes the
establishment) seen in shop front windows, even during
a short stroll to bordering Green Park or St James’s
Park. With the brightly lit and constantly buzzing
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Response from Steven B | Reviewed this property |
Right being an ex Londoner living down under now glad to offer you some directions. Assuming the plane makes it to Heathrow not Gatwick...Heathrow Express train to Padington (TIP deals to be had in advance like serious... More
21 February 2015|
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Response from Juwit57 | Reviewed this property |
The only time I would take a car there is at the weekend - checking beforehand on the tfl website about road closures first. You can park in Mayfair in the evening, not sure about the daytime, car parks will be expensive... More
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4 February 2015|
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Response from Juwit57 | Reviewed this property |
Its free and just stands in Green Park. Only the back of the monument is visible from the road, you need to go into the park to see the front. If you get out at Green Park Tube on the Ritz side of Piccadilly, go into Green... More