Very well set ! So interesting especially well set the Holocust section ! Interesting for boys especially!
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This is a brilliant museum. There is a wide range of exhibitions, about wars from recent history into the modern era. Every story is told in an appropriate way, and every artefact is placed into its historical context, which creates an easy-to-follow narrative. This means...More
From the massive world war1 15inch guns which could fire shells 16 miles to Little boy the first and hopefully last atomic bomb which which destroyed Hiroshima. Great education opportunity for the children - highly recommended.
I recommend the guided tour. I was expecting a traditional war museum. Instead I saw the best selection of exhibits on conflict ever. The diversity of perspectives was fabulous. Their World war One exhibit is the best in the world. Guided tours were under an...More
Haven't been here in about 10 years. Major improvements. 5 floors of exhibits. The WWI exhibits[ as this is the 100 year anniversary] are exceptional. The time you need to do all the exhibits well is about 4-5 hours. They have a decent cafe for...More
Wow! What an amazing museum and free!! Stunning exhibits made me cry with the detail of bravery and sacrifice it all makes sense now!!
I don't like what the revamp has done to a previously good museum personally but to others it may be good. I would like to say to other partially sighted people like me, don't go. The information on the items displayed is done very badly...More
Well worth a couple of hours. Both informative and harrowing (holacaust section) thought provoking reminder of how the world can turn against you!!