What a great place to visit. I don't know where to start.
I suppose you could call it a museum, it is really a succession of exhibits set out in old military huts. Each hut having its own specialist subject.
You start off with the story leading up to WW2 and continue all the way thought to the end following the trail of numbered huts. I particularly liked the hut devoted to life on a U-boat, it was realistically decorated and even the pot of stew bubbling away in the galley smelled of cooking stew.
There are lots of knowledgeable staff on hand to answer any questions you may have (I had tons) and if you get tired and need a sit down, you can stop in the cafe which is decorated in period style and serves dishes that would have been available during the war.
In summary, a great day out for all weathers as you spend most of your time indoors of walking from hut to hut.
An absolute must see.
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