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Women's Land Army Museum

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Lovely free museum but neglected

Do visit this splendid mini-museum - hidden away with poor signage within a farm shop and café... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
shaz1Suffolk
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Suffolk
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Very small, but interesting museum. Free parking and a fantastic cafe that serves hot and cold all... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
theostheostheos
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Dover, United Kingdom
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16 Jul 2017
“Women's Land Army Museum”
6 Jul 2017
“Bit disappointing”
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Little Farthingloe Farm Folkestone Road | Folkestone Rd, Dover CT15 7AA, England
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Reviewed 16 July 2017

This is an extremely interesting museum with pictures and accounts from the land army girls. It is only a small museum but is well worth a visit, especially if you stop at the restaurant for one of their lovely roast dinners!

1  Thank ljwatts44
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The museum is very small and dated. We went as a family group with our 87 year old mother who experienced the blitz in London first hand. She was disappointed with the size of displays and bit run down,

1  Thank Alaine S
Reviewed 1 July 2017

We stopped at the farm restaurant on our way from Capel-le-Ferne to Dover. The food was lovely, local, and tasty. As we were leaving, we stopped to pet a donkey and small horse and saw the sign for the museum. It's on the same property,...More

1  Thank brinotfromearth
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Do visit this splendid mini-museum - hidden away with poor signage within a farm shop and café complex. The displays are dated but the information and stories they contain are excellent. Whoever owns it why not get a heritage lottery grant to update it? Those...More

Thank shaz1Suffolk
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Very small, but interesting museum. Free parking and a fantastic cafe that serves hot and cold all hand made. The cafe is a destination in itself.

Thank theostheostheos
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Lovely cafe, lovely food and great farm shop, easy parking although road very bumpy. Small museum but lots to read and well laid out. Wouldnt make a special tri0p but worth a look if your passing.

Thank Nikki M
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

It is very small - tucked away in a tiny barn, and easy to miss. The women need a bigger, better place to honour them... But for what it is, it's okay. Nice farm shop and cafe there too :)

Thank Laura C
Reviewed 2 July 2014

about 8 display cabinets in a room 5 by 7 meters in size. what is there is informative and if you are into war history and near by probably worth a visit but it could be so much better if a bit more time and...More

2  Thank 123macb123
Reviewed 28 April 2014 via mobile

The museum was very informative but could have been furnished with more exhibits. The lighting was poor. A lot more thought should have been put into it. At least it was free and the tea rooms were superb!

2  Thank Ian_Chapman
Reviewed 14 April 2014

we were on our way back to Folkestone, and decided to pop in for a look. found it very interesting and worth the time, not to long to see it all. They had a small refreshment area, excellent cakes and good sized portions, and the...More

1  Thank John D
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