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Delightful small yet focused collection of WW11 artifacts in large barn.. Dakota fuselage and remains of many a/c recovered from the ocean or desert. Clever yet grim photographs of the Dora underground rocket factory. Plenty of sound effects and...more
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1 Bucklands Farm Brantridge Lane | Branttridge Lane, Balcombe RH17 6JT, England
All reviews second world war little gem military aviation air force on display school project history brought to life drinks machine fascinating place excellent exhibits moving experience bit out of the way many occasions behind the scenes enjoyable visit couple of hours band of brothers
I was initially concerned the museum wasn't going to be open but after driving down one of those quaint english lanes i came upon the museum. As soon as you walk in you can see this is different as it's all about wreckage and memorabilia...More
I had often seen the signs for this, but as it is a bit out of the way down country lanes, it took a bit of finding.
I wasn’t expecting much, as it appeared to be a small museum in the middle of nowhere, but...More
A display made personal by the way it was presented. Interactive parts- you could enter some planes and the Nissan hut, great for the children. Knowledgable friendly staff keen to listen and teach . All enhanced by the music of the singers and Copthirne silver...More
We visited this museum as my daughter had a school project to do on WW2 planes. This place is a hidden gem, so much information on what life was like.
They have a few shot down planes, restored planes and very knowledgeable staff.
We took our 4 year old son for a visit and it was great. Although we didn’t get to read much he enjoyed looking at all the planes parts, there is a plane you can go inside and part of one he could sit in....More
Wow simply wow, the volunteers have put in so much work into the exhibitions and researched all in depth, loved the history they were able to provide. The volunteers took time to talk to us and were friendly and approachable. The indovodual pilots story is...More
If you are interested in WW2 aviation history this museum is a perfect way to spend 2 - 3 hours, looking at recovered remains of crashed aircraft, along with the well researched stories of the artifacts and their pilots. Very surprised to see three exceptional...More
We were privileged to visit on the meet the Bomber boys weekend ( veterans of Bomber Command). We had the opportunity to get their signatures and hear stories and personal insights into the war. What a rare and special opportunity to meet such wonderful gentlemen...More