Norfolk Tank Museum
Norfolk Tank Museum offers visitors an excitingly, hands-on experience of tanks, military vehicles and equipment. Visitors can climb aboard and even experience the confined inner workings of a tank operating some of the controls. And on the museum’s off-road track, there’s the opportunity of going for a ride in a tracked or wheeled military vehicle.
Volunteers are on-hand to tell you stories about the tanks and their meticulous restoration. The vehicle collection includes WW1 Mk IV replica Deborah II built for the Guy Martin WW1 Tank Build,Centurion and Chieftain tanks, surface to air missile systems, scout cars and amphibious trucks. Inside the large hanger there are also displays of smaller items such as guns and kit and also real uniforms to try on.
During the summer months the museum puts on lunchtime barbecues. Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours.
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Travel and parking
The museum is approximately 2 miles from the A140 at Long Stratton. Travel west for 2 miles from Long Stratton on Swan Lane (next to the NHS Pharmacy) which becomes Station Road. You’ll see signs for a railway bridge and immediately after the bridge the museum is on the left. Free parking on site. Public transport: Simmonds, First and Anglian Bus & Coach all operate services from Norwich to Long Stratton.
April to October, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
10am to 5pm
Accompanied children under 12: FREE
Extra children under 12: £3.00
Older children (12-18): £4.00
Family ticket (2 adults + 2children 12-18): £22.00
Annual passes £30
Group rates (minimum 10 people)
Children (12-18): £3.60
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