Muckleburgh Military Museum
About The Muckleburgh Military Museum
The Muckleburgh Collection, the UK's largest privately owned working Military Collection with 25 Tanks all in working order is reason enough to visit Muckleburgh Military Museum. However, the Museum also has, 'The Central Hall' located in the kitchen of the old Camp NAAFI. This Hall contains a collection of armoured cars, troop carriers and support vehicles from many nations. They include an example of the K2 Ambulance (known as a 'Katy') driven by Princess Elizabeth (HM The Queen) when in the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) during WW2. From the famous American Jeep to the Humber Pig used in Northern Ireland these vehicles illustrate the equipment used by many servicemen over the years. Kept in working order they are occasionally taken out to display their road and cross country ability. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
5th April to 2nd November 2014 (Daily) Adults £10.00 Children £6.00 Under 5's Free 10.00 am - 5.00 pm with last Admissions at 4.00 pm Please note that there are No Lorry Rides or Tank Demonstrations on Saturdays
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Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
Muckleburgh House, Weybourne Roadd, Holt, NR25 7EG
01263 588 210