Visited the Bunker on Sunday 30 June 2013, not easy to find, you need your own transport to get to it, situated on a housing estate tucked away.
At the time of writing a donation of £3.00 is required for entrance, you walk down about 75 steps to the bottom, there's a film for about 20 minutes explaining it's purpose and function during the Battle of Britain. You can walk around yourself through the narrow corridors, the Control Room, many rooms of history, glass cases full of documentation and items relating to Uxbridge on WW1 and WW11.
The Bunker has been open to the public for some years now, but not many people know about this, worth a visit but no wheelchair access.
There is a free carpark, but very few souvenirs to buy.
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