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Housed within the buildings and grounds of a former Prisoner of War camp, a visit to this unique museum will take you back to wartime Britain. Experience the sights, sounds and even smells of life on both the Home Front and the Front Line.
All reviews pow camp u boat music hall world war puppet show war years air raid visit eden different theme military vehicles stew school parties gift shop well worth a visit sounds and smells assault course different aspects
I am ashamed to say that I had never visited Eden Camp , even though I live in Malton .
I did today and it was fascinating , really well thought through ,
interesting and very thought provoking .
It's really well presented and organised...More
I think the last time I went to Eden Camp before this visit was about twenty years ago. I have wanted to revisit for a long time and decuded to go last week as it was free for York residents. Some bits of the museum...More
Still intact since the war (WW2) lots of information on the war, both inside the uk and overseas. I was especially interested in POW information, being an old POW camp and wasn’t disappointed. Lots to see and can even have a bite to eat for...More
Visited on Sunday of York Residents weekend with young grandson. On arrival impressed with the courtesy and assistance/advice given by the staff from the gate to parking up. Using the brochure plan followed the numbered huts from number one. After hut 13 took a break...More
I came here on a school trip about 15 years ago and absolutely loved it and have wanted to come back ever since.
When my partner booked a weekend away in Harrogate for my birthday I HAD to come back. He had never been before,...More
So much information on offer, we could easily have spent all day there and not taken everything in. A fantastic day out and the food n the cafe is good too. Well worth a visit with loads of history on offer.
Arrived at around 11.15am and greeted by a very friendly member of staff at the front gate. Once in there are so many huts will all kinds of information and history. There is a lot of reading to do in most huts along with some...More
This is good day out for all ages it shows the second world war from all sides the allies the home front the German
Side. the displays are based in the old p o w huts and show the the timeline of the war there...More
Response from EdenCampManagement | Property representative |
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of... More
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of catering staff) Alternatively we have plenty of outdoor seating in the vicinity of our Café where food and drink purchased inside can be consumed outside.
The only place we do not allow dogs is in our Children's Play area.