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All reviews crossbow range elephant armour sword fighting five floors suits of armour free entry all ages free water taxi few hours top floor interactive displays on display picnic area great place to visit rainy day couple of hours gift shop
Visited here to attend a fund raising dinner one evening. As it was an evening function there was no access to the actual museum, just the room the dinner was held in.
Food was good although served with everything on the plate, plenty of food...More
Free to enter with paid parking 2 mins away. The exhibition is extensive and fantastic but we prefer more hands on museums (understand that may be tough with guns and swords). Signs when you are there could be better though. Worth a visit
This place has so much, I have been going here for years - from the time when there was a charge and now it is free. Kids love it and you really do need a few visits to get a real feel for the place...More
We visited during October half term with our 3 grandchildren aged 7 to 13. There were special activities laid on such as a team member acting out the story of The Chindits in WW2 which added to our enjoyment.
There is so much to see...More
Wonderful place for folks of all ages. Doesn't matter if your a hard core history buff or just curious. Great events and exhibits for all ages. Kid friendly and you can get there via foot car or my personal favourite, water taxi!
Went there with my friends come over from liverpool so much too do there four floor in total lot for the children too do as well history going back years men in metal armour there film too watch as well plus they have demonstrations on...More
I visited this please with my kids and the whole family loved it. There is many interesting things to do. My favourite part was the lord of the rings swords. Entry is free. 😁 Only negativum is the gift shop which is very expensive.
Amazing amount of information and detail to see. The displays are brilliantly constructed. Interaction and videos we could have spent days here. But as entrance is Free you can come back anytime for more.
This is one interesting museum. Every floor holds something that will grab your attention. Not just war, but history, hunting, culture, manufacturing and geography are all relevant subjects that are covered.
The staff we encountered were also brilliant.
It was the first time I'd been here and it was amazing, completely different to what I expected. We saw a fencing demonstration based on a fight between two french men in 1898. An amazing display of armours from around the country. The medieval and...More
If you fancy a free trip by a river taxi! Come out of The southern new exit and then down some steps into the backyard of the canal and river Aire. Around the corner there are river taxis, yellow, where you can hop on one of... More
If you fancy a free trip by a river taxi! Come out of The southern new exit and then down some steps into the backyard of the canal and river Aire. Around the corner there are river taxis, yellow, where you can hop on one of them and they take you to the museum. Very classy. You can come back on them too. Enjoy!!