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Housed within the buildings and grounds of a former Prisoner of War camp, a visit to this unique museum will take you back to wartime Britain. Experience the sights, sounds and even smells of life on both the Home Front and the Front Line.
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Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. The entry price is just right. Get there early if the weather is good as it gets busy.
Lots to see and do, extremely interesting museum. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
This camp was set up as a prisoner of war camp for, initially, Italians and then Germans in the Second World Ward. It held about 1000 prisoners at one time and some were not repatriated until 3 years after the war but some never went...More
WELL WORTH A VISIT!
My husband and I took mum and dad in wheelchairs around the venue, It was very interesting and very accessible for them.
You do need to give yourself at least 4hrs +
There are lots to do and see.
I really had never heard of this until we received information as part of our “pack” we had from our holiday accommodation booking, and a bit of research by the much beloved. The pamphlet seemed to indicate something of an experience which would be worthwhile,...More
Took our youngest grandson to the camp as he will be doing a topic on WW2 in the New year. We took his big brother last year and was so impressed. There are lots of huts with great information to read or look at the...More
If you are interested in the history of the second world war don't miss taking a trip here.
As you enter each numbered corrugated iron billet they all have a different theme......childeren shouting "bye Mum" and the sound and smell of a steam train as...More
Visit with grandchildren 12 & 13. 1st visit after ?30 years. Very cleverly done, professionally expanded, well organised. Busy but orderly … but too much small printed detail. Too much information? Perhaps audio headphones might be a way forward for those who find small print...More
The recommended path is probably the best one to follow. Taking a break for a snack or a meal is not a problem as you can easily get back to your last point of the tour. Some displays are are bit dark or noisy so...More
This was our second time visiting Eden Camp, the first visit being when all our children were young. It's incredibly informative and emotive and you need to allow a good few hours to take it all in. A particularly nice touch is the Chapel at...More
Spent the best part of a day wandering through the displays spread out through the huts. Lots of interesting information that is well presented for all ages. The food hall was like an old NAAFI. It was quite a cold day when we visited and...More
Response from EdenCampManagement | Property representative |
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of... More
Yes we do allow well behaved and friendly dogs on short leads into the museum. They are allowed in all our exhibition huts and we also have a specially designated area in our Café (Hut 16-17) (Please ask a member of catering staff) Alternatively we have plenty of outdoor seating in the vicinity of our Café where food and drink purchased inside can be consumed outside.
The only place we do not allow dogs is in our Children's Play area.