The Norfolk Tank Museum is an independent museum housing a collection of military vehicles, weapons and militaria including Deborah II, the replica Mk IV Tank as seen on Channel 4’s documentary ‘Guy Martin’s WWI Tank We also have a unique collection of Centurion tanks: an AVRE; a Mk13 GunTank and an ARV, these are on static display most of the year, but can be seen in action along with other vehicles on our purpose-built course at Armourfest 11th & 12th August 2018. Also on static display, with full public access, are a Chieftain MainBattle Tank and a Saladin Armoured Scout Car, you can climb inside and experience the confirmed space and atmosphere of the crew turret. We have many other vehicles, uniforms and small arms on display. The Norfolk Tank Museum offers a unique, ‘hands-on’ experience, giving you the opportunity, wherever possible, to have access to and to handle our exhibits. Weather permitting you can enjoy a white-knuckle ride over our off-road course in the ‘Hagglunds BV206 All Terrain Vehicle’, and then relax with a coffee and light snack in our tea room. We have disabled access to all our buildings and dedicated parking spaces. There is a picnic and children’s play area, and access to local country walks. Visit us today and try a tank for size! It’s a great family day out!
The museum is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday every week from easter to end of October.
Adults £8.00 per person, One accompanied children under 12 FREE, Additional Children £3.00 12 to 18 years £4.00
2 miles West of Long Stratton off the A140 Norwich to Diss road following signs to Forncett St Peter
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