Fort Nelson, Portsdown Hill Road, Fareham
The Royal Armouries Museum was opened in 1984 for the first time, and today is one of the largest artillery museums in the UK. Although a cliché, the phrase ‘must see’ truly applies to Fort Nelson’s astonishing collection of different artillery and... more
- Fort Nelson has developed a range of Treasure boxes which contain fun activity kits for our younger visitors. Treasure Box 1 "Scales and Tales" - The Art of Artillery gallery is home to the amazing Dragon Gun and the terrific Tiger Mortar. Dragon and tiger themed books, soft toys and musical instruments are included in the box to help you and your children bring history to life. Treasure Box 2 "Sergeant Dobson's Kitchen" - This treasure box contains food themed books, toys and activities that will help buddying chefs explore the Fort's garrison kitchen prepare a feast for the Victorian soldiers. Our treasure boxes are available every day from 1st December. Simply request treasure box at the Visitor Centre on arrival at the museum.
Bush Hall Lane, Mill Green, Hatfield
Mill Green Mill & Museum: See our lovingly restored watermill grind organic locally grown wheat. A hidden gem in the hamlet of Mill Green between Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City. There's been a mill on this site for over a thousand years so our... more
Old Warden Aerodrome, Biggleswade
The Shuttleworth Collection is in a quiet countryside setting on an old fashioned all grass aerodrome with eight hangars. These hangars comprise an aeroplane engineering workshop, a garage and coachroom, and the remainder house the world famous... more
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