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Small but perfectly formed

The Museum is indeed quite small, but it has an interesting collection of exhibits, and David, the... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2018
The_Bibliophile
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South of England
More interesting than you think it will be . . .

I have visited this museum whilst at Amport House on business. It's an interesting collection that... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
Mark P
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Amport House | Amport, Andover, England
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Reviewed 1 March 2018

The Museum is indeed quite small, but it has an interesting collection of exhibits, and David, the curator is a mine of information. The setting is amazing, and it is a great shame that MOD are looking to sell the estate. I visited to discuss...More

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Reviewed 27 February 2018

I have visited this museum whilst at Amport House on business. It's an interesting collection that tells the story of the Royal Army Chaplains Department. Padres have been an essential, but often unnoticed, part of the British armed forces for years. The museum gives an...More

Thank Mark P
Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

Have been coming here for years with visiting nephews and nieces and even now they're all teenagers they still want to visit. Every time we find something we didn't notice on the previous visit. Full of history, the horrors of war and the dedication of...More

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Reviewed 3 November 2016

This is a comparatively tiny museum, looking at the work of Army Chaplains through history. A fairly niche subject, likely of interest only to a certain audience but the museum does a good job of conveying the story and the curator, who gave us a...More

Thank df86
Reviewed 13 August 2016

This is a small collection which may be of interest to the armed services or the religious. Not something for most of the general public.

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 13 May 2016 via mobile

I was lucky enough to visit this amazing house and it's grounds. I was blessed with glorious sunshine whilst I was there. The grounds are lovely as is the house and if you are lucky enough to get the opportunity to visit then i urge...More

Thank Craigdcp
Reviewed 16 March 2016

This is a beautiful house in lovely grounds,it is a wonderful place for meetings and conferences.Lunch there was very good too.

Thank gypsycat13
Reviewed 15 December 2015

This is an interesting and unusual museum. Prior booking is required, since this is a military site. The museum shows the work of army chaplains, and how they are trained. The army chaplain is a lynchpin of army units, and as such, it takes a...More

Thank BrianAnalogue
Reviewed 22 October 2014

i love this one there is so much to see and do the exhibits are vary good and the price is good to platy of car park space and is well planed out

Thank jaykirby
Reviewed 22 September 2013

This is an interesting place to visit if you like military history with lots to see and plenty of people on hand to talk to if you want more information. Worth a visit but probably would not return now we've done it once.

Thank Delia01_10
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