A odd and slightly desolate place, this former Tudor fort sit on the edge of the Humber. It does not accept credit cards and costs £6 to enter, a fee which is about right. The site warrants between one and two hours and the highlights for me were the former railway carriage, used to ferry troops to Berlin, and a huge transport plane which you can go in. There are cavernous basements filled with laughable dummies, a pervasive smell of damp, and some questionable displays that would be inappropriate for young children such as a prisoner hanging from his own belt in a cell. Definitely worth a visit, but with caution for very young children in the air raid shelters. There are coffee and tea and snacks in the bar. About a 25 minute drive from Hull city centre.
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