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My military family were featured in almost every display from the Battle of Waterloo to the Zulu War at Ishwandla to all wars. The dress worn at Lady Richmond's Ball may not be relatively interesting to some, for me, it was another personal experience
Massive collection of soldiers. Battles are on display. If you have a little military knowledge or interest, this is well worth a visit. Entry fee was covered as part of our bus trip. I am not into toy soldiers but was still pleasant to have...More
The miniature soldier museum houses SO many pieces - you could stay all afternoon to see them all. There is an amazing collection. There are other things to see, also, in this museum - and I particularly loved the beautiful old clothes which were about...More
Potential to be incredibly interesting and informative fun but so very very poorly displayed.All figurines from over many centuries all lumped together and old newspaper headlines too far away and at too downward an angle to be able to be read. Information boards left leaning...More
Besides miniature soldiers, this museum also houses dolls, some gowns and other odds and ends.
However, as the soldiers were mainly all arranged compactly with only some discernible categorisation, plus it was all rather dim inside, I finished looking at everything in about 20 minutes....More