The Home Front Museum
Take a trip down memory lane to life in 1940s Britain and experience the sights and sounds of civilian life during WW2 at this unique and interesting museum. Take a self-guided tour and explore six years of war on the home front and discover how the war was won on the ‘Kitchen front’.
See a collection of gas masks and ration books and take time to reminisce and be embraced in nostalgic memories. You could always have a sing-a-long with the music of the day – just like many people did during the war. This museum definitely brings yester year memories back to life which is captured by an amazing collection of memorabilia and a shop full of old products that used to be sold during the war. You will also see framed pages of different newspapers showing how the war was progressing.
This museum is a great educational experience which the whole family will find interesting. There’s also a little shop on site where you can buy some war-time souvenirs.
Facilities: They are wheelchair accessible and all on one level.
Opening Times: March to November, Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4.30pm, and Sunday 10am to 2pm.
Costs: Adults £3.25
Senior Citizens £2.95
Family (2+2) £9.00
Photo Credits: © Copyright The Home Front Museum
For further information please visit: http://www.homefrontmuseum.co.uk