Bentley Priory Museum reopens after lockdown with covid-secure festive celebrations

Bentley Priory Museum, in Stanmore, north London, is delighted to reopen its doors to visitors from Friday 4th December, following the end of the national lockdown.

The Museum will be open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 4th-12th December, after which the Museum will be closed for Christmas until the new year.

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Saturday 5th and 12th December will bring festive joy to visitorsthrough the Museum’s special Festive Celebrations!

Families are invited for a socially-distanced visit to Meet Father Christmas, who has a special gift for visiting children,and to take part in fun festive craft activities; while those fancying a decadent treat can tuck into a delicious Festive Afternoon Tea served on beautiful vintage china in the Museum’s charming café.

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Credit: Bentley Priory Museum

All activities are socially distanced and Covid-secure. The Museum is operating on reduced capacity to ensure visitor safety, so visitors are encouraged to book quickly while timeslots are still available.

Festive Celebrations Bookings on Saturday 5th or 12th December:

General Admission Bookings:

Bentley Priory Museum tells one of the most important narratives of modern history – how the Battle of Britain was won.

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Located in a beautiful Georgian mansion house in Stanmore, north London, the Museum explores Bentley Priory’s pivotal role during the Battle of Britain as Headquarters Fighter Command.