13th – 14th August 2022
Learn about World War One in a special weekend with costumed re-enactors where you can find out about the home front and the role of women.
There will be talks about the battlefield clearance after the Armistice and the Unknown Warrior at 11am & 3.30pm and a painting entitled “War & Peace” by its artist at 12noon, plus a demonstration of a Leach Trench Catapult accompanied by a firing of Lee Enfield Rifles at 2pm.
Railways were also an important part of Britain’s war effort, so come and learn about the extent of how this influenced the outcome of the war.
There will also be the opportunity to see our WW1 and WW2 Nissen hut, 1940s post-war prefab, ‘Dig for Victory’ allotment as well as the other buildings at the museum.
Standard admission prices apply. Free entry for Annual Pass Holders. Please pre-book your tickets.Book tickets