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Tank Museum
Bovington
Wareham
Dorset

BH20 6JG | View map
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Our exhibitions tell the story of armoured warfare from World War One to the present day. As you explore the Museum's six large halls you will come face to face with vehicles that have seen action in all the major wars of the 20th Century and hear first-hand accounts from those who fought in them.

This unique collection of over 300 vehicles is regarded as the best in the world and includes the world's first ever tank - Little Willie, the feared German Tiger tank and the modern Challenger 2.

Opening times are: Mon - Sun 10.00 - 17.00
We are only closed at Christmas and the New Year.
Christmas closure dates: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

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Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - 12 or more people
Coach Parking: Yes - Free on-site parking
Car Parking: Yes - Free on-site parking
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: 2016 PRICES Including a FREE Annual Pass:
Day Ticket Adult - £13.00
Children (5-16) - £7.50
2 Adults & 2 Children £35.00 1 Adults & 3 Children £29.00
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Tank Museum Restaurant and Discovery Café

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