Bentley Priory is an eighteenth to nineteenth century stately home and deer park in Stanmore on the northern edge of the Greater London area in the London Borough of Harrow. It was originally a medieval priory or cell of Augustinian Canons in Harrow Weald, then in Middlesex. In the Second World War, Bentley Priory was the headquarters of RAF Fighter Command, and it remained in RAF hands in various roles until 2008. Bentley Priory Museum tells the fascinating story of the beautiful Grade II* listed country house, focusing on its role as Headquarters Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain.
Bentley Priory Museum is an independent museum and registered charity based in North West London within an historic mansion house and tells the important story of how the Battle of Britain was won. It is open four days a week with staff working alongside a team of more than 90 volunteers. It offers a museum shop and café and attracts more than 8,000 visitors a year including school and group visits. With visitor numbers rising year on year since it opened in 2013, a ticketing and membership system which could cope with Gift Aid donations and which ensured a smooth customer journey became essential.
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