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Delightful small yet focused collection of WW11 artifacts in large barn.. Dakota fuselage and remains of many a/c recovered from the ocean or desert. Clever yet grim photographs of the Dora underground rocket factory. Plenty of sound effects and...more
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1 Bucklands Farm Brantridge Lane | Branttridge Lane, Balcombe RH17 6JT, England
All reviewslittle gemmilitary aviationdrinks machinefascinating placeon displayfurther afieldcentre piecethree hoursrestoration workwe spent hoursinteresting exhibitsenthusiastic volunteersbattle of britainwell worth the visitbit out of the wayall agesentrance fee
Whilst this is a fairly small museum it is packed to the roof with really great artefacts and items from WWII, as well as some very interesting finds from downed aircraft both in the UK and overseas. Such pains as a Kate, Kong Cobra and...More
We visited the museum with our two toddlers, being a family of four who are very interested in all things military related, especially WW1/2, this museum was an excellent way to spend a few hours (though we still could have stayed longer!)
The building is...More
With only 8 cars in the car park I was worried there wouldn’t be much there. How wrong I was. What this actually meant was you can see exhibits without too many people around you which is lovely.
It is only one (not that large)...More
First time we have been to this military aviation museum and compared to RAF Tangmere (also in West Sussex) this wins hands down so much that I'd choose it every time in future.
It's cheaper than Tangmere, there's more to see, it's more informative, there's...More
What a great little museum, masses of parts and bits of fuselage from crashed aircraft. Also where possible they have the information behind the artefacts. Knowledgeable staff, also a hut called the radio shack with lots of equipment being restored and again very knowledgable staff,...More
A small museum but full of interesting stories and artefacts. Was expecting some outside exhibits bit there weren't any. Doesn't take long to go around. Felt at £8 per adult it was a little expensive for the size, but a nice collection none the less
So interesting Well worth a visit but allow plenty of time The museum is run by father and son put together with a passion and tells many stories of our past It makes you realise how lucky we are today
Wow, great museum, bit out of the way but well worth the visit, All sorts covered from recovered aircraft, aircraft pieces, personal belongings, restoration work, radio and memorial sections, very informative,keen staff i some ways better than the bigger places