We were staying near the armoury and on a rainy day though it was worth a visit from the leaflet in our cottage.
For anyone interested in wartime memorabilia, this is a must. The gentleman who is in charge of the historical weapons is very knowledgable and will talk you through the collection.
You children could get bored unless you are able to explain what they are looking at as the exhibits are not shown with much additional information, but if you take the guided tour this you'll learn an awful lot more.
A word for those who are interested in pricing (especially those with young children) - a family ticket was £15, which seemed more than reasonable, but if you want to go into the play barn, there is an additional charge of £4.50 per child. This is not clearly highlighted until you actually enter the play area (we only noticed when I queried our drinks bill).
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