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The Heugh Battery Museum preserves the only First World War Battlefield in the UK and commemorates the Bombardment of the Hartlepools on 16th December 1914. We have a reconstructed trench, lots of large artillery pieces and rifle collection. We have...more
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Moor Terrace | Moor Terrace, The Headland, Hartlepool TS24 0PS, England
All reviews first world war well worth a visit his knowledge knowledgeable volunteers great place to visit local history on site fascinating place interesting visit guided tour couple of hours scones on display all ages tanks armoury weapons
This is by far the best historic museum in Teesside! The staff are second to none and very knowledgeable. There are some great artefacts, guns and tanks, watch towers etc.
This was the site of the first bombardment on English soil in the First World...More
Love it here. Really interesting and the warmest welcome.
Volunteers are really knowledgeable and the kids loved hearing about the guns and holding them. Without casting any judgement at all, the talk really highlighted the reality of war.
Nice walk around the headland afterwards.
I came today with my 14 year old son. We are from the south coast and are up in Hartlepool as I have fond childhood memories of the area and my dad was brought up near here. I think the WW1 Hartlepool bombardment is a...More
Visited today as we had 9 year old grandson with us and his next year's school project is the 2 world wars. Thought it a little pricey at first as couldn't imagine there being much in such a small place. How wrong we were it's...More
Visited this museum as something to do on our visit to Hartlepool but came out more than 2 hours later having learned an amazing amount about the history of the town. Apart from all the big guns, tanks and other vehicles, there is an armoury...More
A very interesting attraction brought to life by the well-informed and friendly staff. My young lad really enjoyed exploring the museum and listening to the very keen and friendly staff who gave a fascinating insight into some of the exhibits.
Very enjoyable and educational. Thanks.
We visited on a Friday lunchtime. It was fairly quiet but that meant we were lucky enough to have the guide (Gary) to ourselves! He was excellent and really brought it alive. The receptionist was also excellent! They were both very friendly and informative.