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Find out about Firepower and see Tanks in Action!

This May Half Term explore The Tank Museum and experience the biggest day out in history…

Tanks in Action Displays – Every Weekday

See Tanks roll into action at 1pm every weekday, starting on Monday 30 May. Realistic explosions, life like explosions and expert commentary. Learn how tanks have evolved and how they are used in battle in this action–packed demonstration of Tanks in Action.Vehicle Rides – Every Day

Experience for yourself the thrill of riding in an M548 tracked vehicle. This working example of military hardware seats 16 at a time – so the whole family can jump on together. Available every day during the holidays, a £3.50pp charge applies.Firepower Themed Activities

Climb inside a First World War and Modern Battle tank. Find out more about weaponry through the ages and take part in our Junior Tank Story talk.Tonnes of Fun for Families!

Kids can let off steam in our outdoor play area and in our new inside soft play area, adjacent to our Café. Plus free family trails to keep them absorbed with teasers and puzzles!

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I have a suggestion for the Tank Museum. At one of your open days or Tank Fests get a line up of British Army vehicles from 1939 and the same for 1945 to show the public, how the Army changed in 6 years. So for example 1939 could have a Vickers Mark VI light tank, Matilda I, an aero screen Bedford WOT or Morris CS8, motorbike and side car, 2 pdr AT gun and re-enactors in early style kit etc, and for 1945 have a Comet, M5 Halftrack, Jeep, 17 pdr AT and re-enactors in late war uniforms and kit. Much else can be provided thats too long to list but it has great potential interest to the public and us too!

Edited by LarryH57

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