A fitting tribute to those young airman who gave their lives for our country. It is good that they should be remembered.
About Bomber Command Memorial
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It was a long time coming but Bomber Command eventually received due recognition. Bomber command did more than their share of winning the second world war.
On the day before, we had explored a small corner of Green Park, that we had only passed by, in a hurry to get somewhere else. It was enlightening. We usually cut through Green Park, to walk without the crowds on Piccadilly, and enter the...More
The monument is quite impressive and touching. If you're walking around this part of London, stop by and have a look.
Saw this from a bus we were on and it looked really impressive. There were loads of police vehicles parked all around the display area in front of this, so we decided not to get off the bus as weren't sure what was going on...More
A long overdue memorial to the bravest of the brave. Never mind the minority that complain about Bomber Command - they only have that voice of freedom and independence due to the sacrifices of these young chaps. It's an exquisite memorial and tastefully done. Very...More
As an airforce brat I was delighted to come across this memorial. Beautifully sculpted it celebrates all those brave men who took to the skies to keep us safe. Not a tourist destination but non the less make a quick visit if you are nearby.
We went here in memory of an uncle who was a navigator in Bomber Command and survived the war ( 1 of 2 from his class of 30) but died before the memorial was erected. We took photos for his widow who was unable to...More
This is a really emotive memorial that should have been built decades ago. It's a beautiful tribute and worth the walk to the very end of Green Park to see it.