Britain At War Museum Charitable Trust
London Bridge, London
60 Tooley Street, Southwark, London SE1 2TF
- London Bridge Station (0.5 km)
- London Bridge (0.5 km)
- London Bridge Railway Station (0.5 km)
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020 7403 3171
Gipsy Lane, Barnes, London SW15 5RG
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7 reviews of Britain At War Museum Charitable Trust in English
Very disappointing indeed - with the huge scope of the subject it should have been done so much better and with a lot more care. The exhibits and cuttings in the display cases had slipped - giving a very tatty appearance and the whole place was dirty. Based on such a important event in our history I would have thought more attention could have been given to this attraction.
I love a bit of history, but this museum seemed overpriced and tatty. It's also a bit spooky. I'd rather go to the Imperial War Museum which is free and better, or the Cabinet War Rooms which are the real deal. I wouldn't reccomend this to anyone I know.
This is one of the best museums I have ever been to with my children. To get to it we walked past the massive queues at the Dungeons and straight into the museum on the next corner.
Entrance was very reasonable especially considering the time we spent in there. A brilliant place for children to learn about the second world war. We sat and watched some films which were all good but especially the ones showing London in the blitz. Loads of other war memorabilia but you also get to 'walk through the Blitz’ which wasnt too scary for little children but enough to make you realise a little what is was like back then.
You end up in a small gift shop which was reasonably priced and some nice quality items in there, also a lot of WWII books ideal for children. Would definately recommend it to families and adults alike.
This is a good place to go whethe its to take children or just go yourself.
There are many great historical exhibits.
I can’t wait until the scaffolding around the place comes down as I think this is stopping people visiting (as they don’t realise its there).
Give this place a try and you will be amazed at how enjoyable it actually is
This was easily worth the price of admission and such a good experience, the trenches set was great and some of the pieces are just priceless. If you have to choose between The London Dungeon and this, go to this one; enjoyed it so much!
Britain at War is a great place to spend a couple of hours. There is a lot to read but it is successful in taking you back to the 1940's and experience how life was then. It's good for kids too with real war-time costumes for them to play dress-up. The ticket price is reasonable and you get some great experiences like sitting in air raid shelters and hearing all the war sounds buzzing around you. It's a interesting day out.
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