I believe this a unique museum. I learnt on our visit that the museum wouldn't exist had the land owner gone along with his first plan of creating a factory making crisps! But an encounter between the owner and three former POWs changed all that and created what we see now. Phew. There's an awful lot to see and take in and if you wanted to take everything in then devote a full day. It's chock full of information about WWII in all aspects but also includes WW1 and latter-day conflicts as well as how it was as POW camp. Lots of interesting detail, exhibits, recreations and a good NAAFI style canteen to boot. But you don't have to read every word on every display to gain a sense of each themed hut. Note that if the weather's cold and in particularly drafty, you'll feel it in the huts. But hey, it was a POW camp after all..
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