We have lots to see inside both Museum buildings...
various World War 2 rifles and machine guns
Total revamp of both Museum buildings with new displays and items of interest
An impressive model of how the site looked in 1940
A.R.P and Home Front displays - discover
what it was like to live during WW2
Thank you to Albert Greenland for the many model aircraft adorning the ceiling
of the museum.
Find out more about the Home Front with our 1940s display where you can see -
What a weeks' ration looked like
Our resident "Tankie"
Our Gift Shop has a varied and constantly updated stock of items of interest including a large selection of genuine and repro WW2 memorabilia, a range of Airfix WW2 kits, Sluban building kits and many pocket money items
such as badges, key rings, souvenirs, the all important visitor guide and much more. Why not spend a bit and keep the Battery going... We are now able to accept card payments.
Air Forces & Navy Room
Inside the Air Forces and Navy room you will find a dedicated RAF and Battle of Britain display, complete with sound effects of an aerial fighter battle for added atmosphere. There is also a Royal Navy display plus
other items of interest.
Dedicated RAF and Luftwaffe displays
Royal Navy display
RAF and Luftwaffe ephemera
Outside Museum Area
We have a lot more to see around our main Museum site... including a genuine WW2 Anderson Shelter and our recently
restored Twin Bofors Gun for you to explore.
Please note that some areas of the grounds and buildings are not suitable for all visitors. In places the paths are steep and there are steps leading to
some areas. So the full site may not be suitable for all...
We are happy for wheelchairs and Mobilty Scooters around the site, but please be aware
some areas are not suitable and you may have difficulty. Please contact us for futher details and help. The Museum buildings are wheelchair accessable with a drop-off zone outside. While there is no parking on site, there is parking within easy
Explore the grounds...
Please Click on the links below to see what else there is to look at in the grounds surrounding the Museum.