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Tony & Pat Yeates
Sep 21 2018 18:12 PM Post #875
Location : UK, Hampshire, winchester

We visited Friday 14th Sept. 2018. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Everyone was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. We expected to spend and hour or two but actually spent over three. That it's a small museum and informal made it all the more interesting. We could relate to it. And the 3 year matured cheese is amazing!!!

Nigel Trewin
Jul 01 2017 17:59 PM Post #663
Location : Penryn

Visited today with my wife. I haven't been to the museum since around 2005. OMG there has been so much work done since then. We loved the displays and the passion of Steve Perry who runs it. As a radio amateur there are plenty of radios and equipment to see. There is a diverse range of items to whet the appetite of anyone interested in WW2 ranging from aircraft and land-craft to weapons an crash relics. There is even a walk through display dedicated to WW1. I especially like the walk-in air raid shelter with air raid sounds and a taped warden's voice transporting you back to a time where the bombs were falling around you outside. I would recommend this place to anyone. Well done to the people who have put so much hard work into making one of the best museums I have visited - Nigel M1EQA
Chris Dunn
Jun 12 2017 7:00 AM Post #660
Location : Cornwall

The Armed Forces Weekend will be held on 24th to 25th June. Come and see some additional WWII vehicles and displays. On the Sunday, there is also a vintage motorcycle club visit.
Matt & Sarah Gooding
Nov 18 2016 14:23 PM Post #637
Location : Exeter

Very Happy Brilliant day out - we arrived with an hour to spare last Summer and the staff couldn't be more welcoming. We saw all of the exhibits and would thoroughly recommend this museum to anyone
Donna Crockford
Oct 26 2016 18:47 PM Post #635
Location : St Austell

Best way to describe my visit,nearly five hours,5 bargain,
Elizabeth Batho
Aug 16 2016 14:15 PM Post #634
Location : Camelford Cornwall

What an amazing day out! Took my Mom who loved all of the nostalgia and memories it bought back. The 'Roxy' cinema film on how it all came about was astounding to say the least! Loved the film posters too! So much thought has gone into every display, even the models have been dressed and posed to perfection. An amazing amount of items have been secured and every conflict thoroughly researched and lovingly displayed. I particularly loved the Animals at war section which brings a tear to the eye! The sound effects are really well thought out too, Mom nearly dived under a table when the air raid siren blasted out, she was pleased to hear the all clear! There is so much to see and digest, we spent a good four hours wandering around on a glorious summers day. My hat is doffed to the owners and volunteers who continually strive to update and add to the many displays in and around the museum. Well done to you all and thank you for such a wonderful experience.
Aug 11 2016 13:30 PM Post #633
Location : Hampshire

One of the best museums we have visited. So much work and knowledge from the owners. We were made so welcome
S & A Creese
Jul 15 2016 18:25 PM Post #632
Location : Millbrook, C'wall

So much work!! Very well done to you all.
School visit
Jul 15 2016 18:24 PM Post #631
Location : North Cornwall.

Visit by North Petherwin & Werrington Schools. 50 children have had a great trip and learnt so much. Thank you so much.
A Slater
Jul 15 2016 18:22 PM Post #630
Location : Derby

3rd year on the trot visit. Gets better each time.
Malcolm & Russell Clarke
Jul 15 2016 18:21 PM Post #629
Location : Solihull

Meeke & Hynd
Jul 15 2016 18:20 PM Post #627
Location : Coatsbridge,Scotland

One of the best museums we have been to. Thank you.
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