The Bentley Priory Museum is situated in the beautiful Grade 2* listed country house in the grounds of Bentley Priory Nature Reserve.
The museum focuses on the House during World War Two, where it had the role of Fighter Command HQ during the Battle of Britain.
A typical museum visit takes 2-2 ½ hours.
To find out more about the Bentley Priory Museum, visit the Museum's website.
The church ruin was built in 1632. A rare example, very few churches built with red bricks were constructed during this period.
The church organises tours in the church and surrounding area between 2:30pm and 4:30pm every Saturday afternoon from the beginning of April until the end of September.
To join a tour, simply turn up at the church entrance.