I brought my eight American undergraduates to this museum last month as part of a month long programme in the North. They liked this museum best of those in Chester. The exhibits are interesting and well presented. Most unusual are two of the five pens used in the signing of the Japanese surrender in August 1945. Personally, I enjoyed the trench and the hands on experience with a Lee Enfield. Our guide was absolutely excellent, very knowledgeable and passionate about his subject. Strongly recommended for academic groups.
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