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Housed within the buildings and grounds of a former Prisoner of War camp, a visit to this unique museum will take you back to wartime Britain. Experience the sights, sounds and even smells of life on both the Home Front and the Front Line.
All reviews pow camp world war music hall u boat puppet show air raid war years visit eden military vehicles different theme stew school parties gift shop well worth a visit sounds and smells assault course all ages
Eden Camp makes a point of telling you that it is not a charity nor is it a publicly funded body - and for a lot of people that makes you think that it's going to be a vanity project and the typical British back...More
Using an original POW camp, this experience brings to life both the second and first world wars.... living history
We spent about 4 hours here but needed longer
There were 24 huts to investigate. All were well thought out and some very interesting exhibits
I was not expecting a lot of this place, from outside it just looks like a few tanks in a field with some huts. However when visiting the place, I was surprised at just how big the place actually is, and there is a huge...More
It is over 20 years since I last visited, and in that time Eden Camp has grown larger and got even more interesting. We spent 5 hours there including lunch, and I still missed some of the huts and didn't get chance to look at...More
Everywhere we go we have to visit the local war museum as it interests my 2 sons. My daughter rolled her eyes when I told her we were going to another one when in Yorkshire. However, when we asked her what her best place to...More
Eden Camp is an incredible and unique museum. It's very interactive and user friendly. I first went with my husband about 15 years ago and returned with my 13 year old son a couple of days ago. He absolutely loved it and got a lot...More
Wow, what an amazing place. There is so much to see. There are many, many artefacts, it clearly is a labour of love for those who have put the displays together. An informative reminder of our history.
Visited here on a half term with our kids and we also had our little dog with us. The exhibits very interesting and the mockups are mostly superb (the odd tired display). There are some fantastic huts with smells and sounds of the wars (not...More
I have been going since I was 6 years old. I absolutely love it here. I haven't been for about 7 years,there has been some improvements to the huts with TVs being used in places. The blitz is still as haunting as ever. The food...More
Response from EdenCampManagement | Property representative |
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of... More
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of catering staff) Alternatively we have plenty of outdoor seating in the vicinity of our Café where food and drink purchased inside can be consumed outside.
The only place we do not allow dogs is in our Children's Play area.