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This is a small and intimate museum but well worth a visit , big plus on same site is a full size Vulcan , which if you go on saturdays you might have chance to sit in , has special days as well for engine...More
I’ve always loved the Vulcan Bomber so it’s a total treat to be able to pop down and look in and around a Cold War relic and fine example of British Engineering. There’s a very enthusiastic volunteer team who’re on hand to give you a...More
If you are interested in WW2 then this little museum is wonderful. Adults £2.40 Children .50p. Ran by volunteers who are very knowledgable. You can go into the little underground bunker, look into the cockpits of the aircraft and then visit the building that houses...More
Visited this whilst staying at nearby campsite. Kids aged 6-12 were intrigued by planes so thought worth a visit. Such a lovely visit. Volunteers on site were wonderful and had the children engaged with all the different things on show and the stories behind them....More
We visited this excellent Museum today. Initially we were told that the bunker was closed, which was a tad disappointing as my husband particularly wanted to see it but at £2.00 per person entrance fee we thought we could return another day and set off...More
This interesting museum is open Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays only so it was a lucky find for us when visiting the area on a Sunday morning.
We stumbled across WWM and the £2 entry fee is the best couple of quick we've ever spent....More
A lovely small museum run totally by volunteers, some extremely interesting exhibits, plenty of information provided by the volunteers, both factual and humorous. Made to feel welcome and that contributed to a very enjoyable experience.
As well as the museum, there is a separate area with a complete Vulcan Bomber aircraft. On Saturdays, volunteers are on hand to show you around and give information on this amazing aircraft and you can even sit in the cockpit and feel the real...More