Secrets of Radar Museum (Not-so) Secret Reopening

London, ON—The Secrets of Radar Museum is happy to announce its Grand Reopening that took place on Saturday, September 16, 2017, at our brand new location: 2155B Crumlin Side Road. Canadian radar veterans joined members of the Museum Board of Directors for the official ribbon cutting ceremony at 1p.m.

The Museum, previously located behind Parkwood Hospital by the Westminster Ponds, closed in early May in order to pack up its collection and move across the city. After a lot of hard work by staff and exceptional volunteers, we have moved 75+ years worth of Canadian radar history to our new site on the grounds of London International Airport. Now, after almost 6 months of sweat and toil we are ready to re-open our doors to the public.

Why not make a day of it?

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Museum Hours: Thurs-Saturdays 10AM-4PM.

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WWII RCAF radar mechanics Charlie Jackson (left) and Jim Sands catch up at SoRM's grand reopening, Sept. 16, 2017. Photo by Maya Hirschman

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Visitors exploring the museum's new exhibits at SoRM's grand reopening, Sept. 16, 2017.  Photo by Corbin Lippert