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All reviews armed forces hard work and dedication fantastic collection huge collection self service air raid shelter air force introductory film this place by accident royal navy guard room run by volunteers on display couple of hours few hours interesting exhibits great place to visit
Our first visit here last week and it was amazing. How it was built and run and all the artefacts they have here. Truly inspiring. Only £6pp as well. Fair prices and so much to and see. Our dogs certainly enjoyed it. Will be back...More
Fabulous private museum, great value for all the work & passion for local War history, tying in more for those from further afield - including us, from Launceston, Tasmania Australia. Loved personalized info from Steve & Shiela, great job.
very enjoyable visit amazing amount of hard work has gone into making this museum a must see if in this part of Cornwall. This is second visit and still find the place absolutely fascinating.The owners are so enthusiastic and rightly so they have a lot...More
Stayed in Davidstow and the museum is write on the door step, the museum if full of artefacts and memorabilia from the war. It was an air base during the war which was restored by an ex air force commander and they have done a...More
We were staying Camelford, and the weather was terrible!
The museum is formed of several separate buildings - dry inside, but you get damp walking between them!
There was a lot more to see than we were expecting and all exhibits well presented.
Have been aware of museum for some time but never visited. Was very impressed with it - so much to see and so well set out. We spent over two hours happily viewing the different exhibitions and displays. Staff were friendly and helpful and so...More
This is the rear of the 2 museum's but are unconnected. They are both worth a visit.The front museum deals entirely with WW2 and mainly history of Airbase. The rear museum(which is larger and will take up more time) not only deals with WW2 but...More
A great history of the military with the emphasis on Cornwall.
Friendly greeting from staff and we were given an easy to follow guide to the museum.
Has indoor and outdoor things to see. Thought the visit would be relatively short but we ran out...More