ARE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 10.00 TILL 5.00
UNTILL FRIDAY SEPT 8th WHEN WE REVERT TO TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Look on our news page, or find
us on Facebook for special event openings.
Museum Admission charges:
Schoolchildren (5 – 16) £4.00
Under 5s free
No problem with well behaved dogs on site,
and as we
are in the country there are plenty of “walkies”
BUT in the Collection’s
buildings Guide Dogs only
and tourist attraction, this North Devon collection covers mostly World War
Two and the years 1939 - 1945, but with exhibits from the Boer War right up
to the First Gulf War. Ranging from military surplus British Army - plus
Canadian, American and Russian Forces - tanks, guns, helmets, artillery,
grenades, and bombs to Home Front ration books, gas masks, ARP and Home Guard
uniforms and blackout lamps. In 1981 Preston Isaac's runaway hobby was opened
to the public, and just keeps growing.
On site is a large shop stocking collectors’ items, inert ammunition,
clothing, hats, badges, survival equipment, books, CDs, toys, souvenirs and
There is a working NAAFI canteen wagon with seating area, serving hot and
cold drinks and snacks seasonally, and a picnic area.
The collection has disabled facilities and wheelchair access.
Only guide dogs allowed in the buildings.
Last updated 05/09/2017