Malton market day, near Eden Camp

Eden Camp Museum


A modern history themed museum in the grounds of an original WWII prisoner of war camp.

What makes it special

  • WW2 camp experience
  • Historical army camp

Opening Times

Open 10am - 5pm
Last admission 4pm
Dogs welcome

Closed to the public for a short time over the Christmas period.


Ticket Prices 2019

Single Admission Tickets

Adults - £10.50

Children (5-16 inclusive) - £8.50

Disabled - £10.50 (One to one carer goes free with a paid disabled admission. Proof of disabled status required)

Under 5s - Free

Family Admission Tickets

2 Adults + 2 Children - £35.00

2 Adults + 3 Children - £40.50

1 Adult + 3 Children - £31.50

Free admission to paying customers returning to the museum within 7 days of their visit. Receipt of paid visit must be retained and handed to the admissions staff upon entry. Offer excludes group visits. Please get in touch for further details.

Hostels nearby

YHA Dalby Forest Exterior

YHA Dalby Forest

En suite rooms available
YHA Exclusive Hire
Self-catering kitchen (currently closed)

Eden Camp Museum

MALTON, North Yorkshire, YO17 6RT

Map references

OS Grid Ref: SE 797 735

Lat/Lng: 54.151946, -0.780155

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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