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Bentley Priory Museum

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 was built in 1766 by well renowned Georgian archiect, Sir John Soane and has had a very colourful past. Being a place for the great and good of Geogian society to come together, the last resting place of Queen Victoria's beloved Aunt, Doweger Queen Adelaide, a Fredrick Gordon Hotel and a pre-WWI Girls boarding school.

Now as a humble museum in a gated housing development in Stanmore, North London, we invite you to come and explore the secrets within!

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