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
Open 10am - 5pm
Last admission 4pm
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.
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