Visited with young children. The staff are volunteers and are all very pleasant . There are a couple of quizzes to do for the children which keeps their interest. The museum it's self is not that big but they have packed a lot with plenty for the kids to try, the vehicles are interesting though seen better days. Layed out all on one level so accessible to all with ramps at entry and exit. No hot food here but a variety of hot and cold drinks, some cold snacks too. We took a picnic, there are tables outside the entrance or picnic benches behind the barn on the far side of the car park. Cost of entry is only £3.00 per adult allow 2 hours for a visit. An enjoyable time had by all. I see great potential here to celebrate our great British army at the home of the British Army, just needs a bit of investment to bring things further along.
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