Visit the memorial

The Bomber Command Memorial is open to the public and is one of London’s most popular visitor attractions.

Bomber Command Memorial

Location

The Bomber Command Memorial is situated in Green Park by Hyde Park Corner.

Visiting

By tube: The nearest tube station is Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly line. It is also walking distance from Green Park station on the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. The nearest tube station with wheelchair and step free access is Green Park.  There is now a step free exit directly into the north-east corner of Green Park which is about five minutes’ walk from the memorial on flat paved pathways through Green Park.

By train: the nearest national rail station is Victoria. This is a short taxi ride or 15 minute walk from the memorial.

By car: the Bomber Command Memorial is within the London congestion charge zone. The nearest NCP car parks are Park Towers in Knightsbridge or Carrington Street in Mayfair. The closest car park to the memorial outside the congestion charge zone is the Da Vinci Mayfair car park which is entered from Park Lane.

By bus: There is a bus stop on the south side of Piccadilly adjacent to the Memorial served during the daytime by Routes 9, 14, 19, 22, 38 and C2.  Further information on these routes is available on the Transport for London website.

Location Map of the Bomber Command Memorial


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The RAF Benevolent Fund needs your support

We rely on you to preserve the Bomber Command Memorial for future generations.

  • Single Donation
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Please give as much as you can and make sure this great memorial stays as a tribute to all those in Bomber Command who gave their lives in World War II.

Johnny Johnson, Dambusters bomb aimer.

£

Please give as much as you can and make sure this great memorial stays as a tribute to all those in Bomber Command who gave their lives in World War II.

Johnny Johnson, Dambusters bomb aimer.

£

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