"The most beautifully horrible sight I've ever seen"
VR WWII Bombing Raid Experience
Genuine BBC wartime commentary
14 minutes of nerve-wracking action
No booking required - first come basis
Minimum age: 13 years
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EXHIBIT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
In September 1943, the BBC made one of the most daring and ambitious reports of World War II.
War correspondent Wynford Vaughan-Thomas and his sound engineer boarded Avro Lancaster 'F for Freddie' and stepped into a world where life hung in the balance.
Their destination: Berlin.
Using Vaughan-Thomas' original recording, the BBC has masterfully recreated this wartime raid as a fully immersive Virtual Reality Experience.
Visitors are transported back through history inside an Avro Lancaster bomber to experience the tension and drama of a wartime bombing raid.
Endure the danger of flak and night fighter attacks on a journey to the heart of Nazi-occupied Europe. Marvel at the bravery shown by the airmen of Bomber Command and above all, respect the ultimate sacrifice many of these young men made for our freedom......