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RAF Bomber CommandLondon
Memorial
Hyde Park Corner
London
TfL Fare Zone 1
 
The long overdue memorial to the crews of Bomber Command was unveiled by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on 28th June 2012.
 
The memorial commemorates the courageous World War 2 bomber crews drawn from the RAF, Commonwealth Countries and Allies.
 
The visitor can enter The Green Park from Piccadilly through the memorial’s portico entrance. Light streaming through the open roof illuminates an imposing sculpture of a seven member bomber crew.
 
There were 55,573 Bomber Command aircrew lost during World War 2. The monument also commemorates all lives lost during the bombings of 1939-1945.
 
Disabled Access
The Bomber Command Memorial Trustees; website has excellent directions for disabled visitors. Go to "Visitors" at  Web:  Disabled Visitors
 
Contact & Further Information
 
Getting There
To find the best way for getting to the RAF Bomber Command Memorial, visit TfL Journey Planner.
 
The Memorial is situated at the Hyde Park Corner end of The Green Park, close to Wellington Place, Apsley House and opposite the RAF Club in Piccadilly.
 
- By Underground
The nearest tube stations are:
Green Park             Jubilee, Victoria, Piccadilly lines 
                            (wheelchair accessible, 800m walk to entrances)
Hyde Park Corner   Piccadilly line  (300m walk including stairs)
 
We recommend using Green Park tube station as it exits on the correct side of Piccadilly.