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Muckleburgh Display Weekend 20/21st August 2016
 Admission Rates:  Adult £11,  Child £7, Under 4 years Free --------- Military Vehicle Ride round the Old Camp with a commentary:   £3 per person 
Free Superfast Broadband throughout the Museum.---------------- Free Smartphone and Tablet WiFi service with QR code links to see inside some of the tanks and videos of them in action

SATNAV:  NR25 7EH ,  WEYBOURNE, NORFOLK, UK

currently closed  -  Open 13th feb 2016

( SCHOOL half term )

information:  01263 588 210   SHOP:   01263 588 284

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Currently Closed
Open 13th Feb 2016 10am-5pm
(School Half Term)

Adult £11   Child £7  Child Under 4 years Free

Information:

01263 588 210

When the Museum is open you can call the Shop

01263 588 284

Forthcoming Events

                          2016  
13th - 22nd February
- Open for School Half-Term
23rd March
- Open until 30th October 
20th - 21st August
- Military Display Weekend

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he Muckleburgh Military Collection is sited on the former Royal Artillery Anti-Aircraft training camp at Weybourne on the North Norfolk coast. It was opened to the public in 1988 and is the largest privately owned military Museum in the United Kingdom

Its extensive range of tanks and armoured cars are maintained in working condition. Exhibits include artillery, machine guns and missiles in addition to a fine collection of ships and land warfare models

The Museum incorporates the Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry collection of uniforms, weapons, photographs and documents, as well as RAF Reconnaissance and Air Sea Rescue and Marine Craft exhibits

Step inside the museum
Then visit to see more

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he heroic actions of men and women can be appreciated from this Museum as you see some of the vehicles and equipment used to confront tyranny around the world 

It is where their experiences are appreciated through a extensive display that captures the imagination. A number of the vehicles are demonstrated in action from time to time.  Rare exhibits are preserved for historical posterity

Think of yourself as the pilot of the aircraft below or the driver of the tank and then consider your grandson asking the question “What was it like?”  This Museum is where it comes to life

How the Muckleburgh MILITARY collection came to be established

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he Collection was started in 1988 by Michael Savory and his father after acquiring a derelict military camp at Weybourne in Norfolk. Some military vehicles had previously been obtained following their experience in establishing a small display at Inveraray in Scotland

Michael Savory was a stockbroker and later became Lord Mayor of London. He was Honorary Colonel of The London Regiment and a council member of a leading military charity for a number of years

His late father, Squadron Leader Berry Savory, served in the RAF during WW2. After the Battle of Britain, while on the staff of Combined Operations, he was involved in the planning and training for the invasion of Europe

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THE collection

The Muckleburgh Military Collection is the finest private Museum of military memorabilia in the United Kingdom.

The Collection includes tanks, guns and vehicles that have been gathered from all over the world. Those vehicles on display are maintained in working condition while those in store await restoration. There is also a vast display of militaria including missiles, weapons, ammunition, and historic exhibits. On this Website you can see details and videos on a selection of the exhibits or using a PC take the link to see a list of the Whole Collection

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Cafeteria

Cafe

The Cafe offers a comprehensive selection of hot and cold meals.
A buffet can be arranged for visiting groups when the Museum is open. For more information call the Cafe between 
10.00 am & 4.00 pm on 01263 588 128

Touch here for PDF of the Menu
Meeting Room

Conferences

The Meeting Room seats 25 people and can be used for meetings and private meals subject to booking.
For more information, when the Museum is open, call the Shop between
10.00 am & 5.00 pm on 01263 588 284

group Visits

Muckleburgh Airfield
Overhead view of Muckleburgh Airfield

The Museum has its own airfield. You are welcome to fly in and walk the short distance to the Museum.
A small £5 landing fee applies

most haunted museum ...

Touch here for Airfield details
Dogs
Dog Friendly policy at The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

The Museum has kennels where visitors can leave their dogs.
A padlock is provided from the Shop for a £5 returnable deposit. Water and a dog bed are also available

Filming venue at Muckleburgh

filming location

Filming companies welcomed at The Muckleburgh Collection NR25 7EG

Muckleburgh is often used for films and documentaries. Its location includes restored gun emplacements and pill boxes.
The setting offers woodland, hills, sand and sea.
The tanks, guns and vehicles can be hired for use on the site.
Please contact us by email on events@muckleburgh.co.uk 

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To book a visit for your school call
01263 588 284
and, with a  printer, download a Booking Form from:  

Essential information for schools

For pupils studying Key Stages 1 to 3 the Museum focuses on the following four subjects in the National Curriculum:-
                                  ~ Literacy
                                  ~ Art
                                  ~ Science
                                  ~ History
To assist teachers material on these subjects should be downloaded (by using a PC and printer) from the link below:

Essential information for schools

Key stage 1

Literacy
1.  Account of visit, letter writing and writing of postal address
     Make a Postcard based upon looking at and selecting an exhibit
Art
2.  Observational Drawing  
    Design a Postcard based upon observation
History
3.  Identify significant historical events from the WW1 & WW2 timelines

Key stage 2

Literacy
1.  By descriptive writing for a younger audience
     Create Learning labels of selected exhibits
Art
2.  Observational Drawing  
     Make a  Postcard based upon observation
Science
3. Identify significant technical differences between exhibits
     Creating a selection of exhibits to create Own Museum
History
4.  Communicate history through maps, numerical and quantitative skills
     and writing
5.  Identify significant historical events

Key stage 3

Literacy
1.  By identifying key information  from a text and summarising facts
     Creating Museum Trumps based upon favourite exhibits
Art
3.  Observational Drawing  
     Make a Postcard based upon observation
Science
4.  Identify significent technical differences between exhibits
     Creating Own Museum based upon selected exhibits
History
5.  Study events beyond living memory that are of national importance
6.  Identify significant historical global events

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Superfast Wi-Fi
Disability Friendly
Picnic & Play area
Dog Kennels

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SATNAV:  NR25 7EH ,  WEYBOURNE, NORFOLK, UK

currently closed  -  Open 13th feb 2016

( SCHOOL half term )

information:  01263 588 210   SHOP:   01263 588 284

THE collection

The Muckleburgh Military Collection is the finest private Museum of military memorabilia in the United Kingdom.

The Collection includes tanks, guns and vehicles that have been gathered from all over the world. Those vehicles on display are maintained in working condition while those in store await restoration. There is also a vast display of militaria including missiles, weapons, ammunition, and historic exhibits. On this Website you can see details and videos on a selection of the exhibits or using a PC take the link to see a list of the Whole Collection

SATNAV:  NR25 7EH ,  WEYBOURNE, NORFOLK, UK

currently closed  -  Open 13th feb 2016

( SCHOOL half term )

information:  01263 588 210   SHOP:   01263 588 284

Explore our museum

Currently Closed
Open 13th Feb 2016 10am-5pm
(School Half Term)

Adult £11   Child £7  Child Under 4 years Free

Information:

01263 588 210

When the Museum is open you can call the Shop

01263 588 284

Forthcoming Events

                          2016  
13th - 22nd February
- Open for School Half-Term
23rd March
- Open until 30th October 
20th - 21st August
- Military Display Weekend

Museum Twitter Feed

T

he Muckleburgh Military Collection is sited on the former Royal Artillery Anti-Aircraft training camp at Weybourne on the North Norfolk coast. It was opened to the public in 1988 and is the largest privately owned military Museum in the United Kingdom

Its extensive range of tanks and armoured cars are maintained in working condition. Exhibits include artillery, machine guns and missiles in addition to a fine collection of ships and land warfare models

The Museum incorporates the Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry collection of uniforms, weapons, photographs and documents, as well as RAF Reconnaissance and Air Sea Rescue and Marine Craft exhibits

Step inside the museum
Then visit to see more

T

he heroic actions of men and women can be appreciated from this Museum as you see some of the vehicles and equipment used to confront tyranny around the world 

It is where their experiences are appreciated through a extensive display that captures the imagination. A number of the vehicles are demonstrated in action from time to time.  Rare exhibits are preserved for historical posterity

Think of yourself as the pilot of the aircraft below or the driver of the tank and then consider your grandson asking the question “What was it like?”  This Museum is where it comes to life

How the Muckleburgh MILITARY collection came to be established

T

he Collection was started in 1988 by Michael Savory and his father after acquiring a derelict military camp at Weybourne in Norfolk. Some military vehicles had previously been obtained following their experience in establishing a small display at Inveraray in Scotland

Michael Savory was a stockbroker and later became Lord Mayor of London. He was Honorary Colonel of The London Regiment and a council member of a leading military charity for a number of years

His late father, Squadron Leader Berry Savory, served in the RAF during WW2. After the Battle of Britain, while on the staff of Combined Operations, he was involved in the planning and training for the invasion of Europe

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SATNAV:  NR25 7EH ,  WEYBOURNE, NORFOLK, UK

currently closed  -  Open 13th feb 2016

( SCHOOL half term )

information:  01263 588 210   SHOP:   01263 588 284

educational
school
trips

To book a visit for your school call
01263 588 284
and, with a  printer, download a Booking Form from:  

Essential information for schools

For pupils studying Key Stages 1 to 3 the Museum focuses on the following four subjects in the National Curriculum:-
                                  ~ Literacy
                                  ~ Art
                                  ~ Science
                                  ~ History
To assist teachers material on these subjects should be downloaded (by using a PC and printer) from the link below:

Essential information for schools

Key stage 1

Literacy
1.  Account of visit, letter writing and writing of postal address
     Make a Postcard based upon looking at and selecting an exhibit
Art
2.  Observational Drawing  
    Design a Postcard based upon observation
History
3.  Identify significant historical events from the WW1 & WW2 timelines

Key stage 2

Literacy
1.  By descriptive writing for a younger audience
     Create Learning labels of selected exhibits
Art
2.  Observational Drawing  
     Make a  Postcard based upon observation
Science
3. Identify significant technical differences between exhibits
     Creating a selection of exhibits to create Own Museum
History
4.  Communicate history through maps, numerical and quantitative skills
     and writing
5.  Identify significant historical events

Key stage 3

Literacy
1.  By identifying key information  from a text and summarising facts
     Creating Museum Trumps based upon favourite exhibits
Art
3.  Observational Drawing  
     Make a Postcard based upon observation
Science
4.  Identify significent technical differences between exhibits
     Creating Own Museum based upon selected exhibits
History
5.  Study events beyond living memory that are of national importance
6.  Identify significant historical global events