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Lovely visit, very informative about WWII, did not realize it was there. The volunteers were very helpful. On the negative side our leaflet said it was free but arriving there found out there was an admission charge.
We were heading for the Cornwall Military Museum which is located next door. However, we took the opportunity to visit here instead. We were given an excellent tour by the owner and was able to view a large number of interesting exhibits telling the story...More
As we pulled in the car park we were met by a lady who pretty much personally gave us a guided tour around this brilliant and original memorial, she was passionate and very knowledgeable about all the exhibits and in a lot of ways made...More
Visited this museum for the first time after coming to Cornwall for over 20 years, fascinating and informative insight, given a very nice tour having things explained by David the owner will definitely return 😎
Unfortunately we were a little late in arriving and after walking round the museum lost track of time and had to leave in a rush. Thank you to the lovely people who welcomed us and we will be back to take in the full museum....More
An absolute must if you are at all interested in the RAF and the airfield and it`s purpose during WWII. My girlfriend came along to keep me company, but even she was taken in by Mr Keast`s interesting tour of the museum, which was most...More
Went here a few years back and again today on the way back from holiday.
Greeted by a super couple and had a guided tour ( and an offer of a cuppa!) to point out some of the stories related to the many exhibits. Really...More
On holiday from the Isle Of Wight and my Husband has a great interest in the history of RAF.
Greeted on arrival by an extremely warm and welcoming couple, who gave us tea and biscuits and had alot of knowledge and interesting facts to share...More
Thoroughly impressed with our visit! The museum was founded and is run by a wonderfully welcoming, warm and friendly couple.
Both have put an absolutely exquisite amount of work, passion and detail into their displays and they are truly worth a visit for walking through...More
We visited this Musuem quite a few years ago and decided to go again. Unfortunately it was closed, however, David Keast and Trevor were there doing some maintenance and very kindly opened up for us to look around. There was so much more than we...More