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Royal Signals Museum, Blandford Forum

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  • Extremely well put together. Thoroughly well put together. Brought back National Service memories. A good day out.  more »
  • I first came to the museum when I was a kid and didn't really rate it at all. I returned with my mother and a friend and was really blown away by how much it had improved. The medal section is really ...  more »
  • This was a very interesting few hours, looking at the historyand the now of the Signals. Both of us enjoyed the experience, the detail, models and medals.  more »
  • Excellent Museum, interesting displays if a bit technical, radio has moved on a lot since my service in the 60s. Was able to use my DDS card. Can recommend this. Do take ID, you will need to prove who you are to get an entry pass, it is still a working Army camp, but they're very helpful and pleasant.
  • Very well set out in date order, lots of hands on and interactive exhibits. Plenty of information and explanation of the technology. Well worth a visit. 7 year old loved sending Morse and talking on the radio telephones. Staff very helpful and friendly, free parking good cafe, very reasonable prices. Great gift shop.
  • very well done, nice simple cafe enjoyed the entry process, need photo id
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  • A very well arranged and informative display of the history of communications in the British Army, lots of interactive and educational exhibits and a very friendly and helpful staff. ID checks are required as the museum is situated within an active Army base but the process is painless. Highly recommended for those with an interest in military museums.