London news The Harrow museum that's also a nature reserve where you can see deers roaming Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - The museum is surrounded hectares of ancient woodland
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. The home changed owners several times as well as being extended significantly 13 years after Sir John Soane built the first mansion. Past occupants include politicians and royalty with the priory also serving as a hotel and girls' school before being used by the Royal Air Force in 1926 where it was the headquarters of the RAF Fighter Command.
Bentley Priory also played a major part in winning the Second World War
Due to its extensive history, Bentley Priory has all the fixings of a London museum which are part of it today. The museum, which is described as 'where the Battle of Britain was won', features displays showing iconic photos and moments from the heroic RAF effort.
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