Davidstow Airfield & Cornwall At War Museum, Camelford

Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • A fabulous collection of wartime equipment in the beautiful Cornish landscape. The staff are really friendly and informative. Something for everyone from the serious military historian to those seekin...  read more »
  • A collection of Nissan hut museums located on the outskirts of Davidstow airfield next to the creamery. Well set out and plenty to see. Well priced and good value. Limited parking so arrive early or a...  read more »
  • We found this museum by chance on the Internet whilst looking for interesting places to visit in Cornwall and we are very pleased we did. My wife and I like museums and I love anything to do with WW11...  read more »
  • Thoroughly enjoyable visit. Owners extremely knowledgeable and friendly. Not expensive to visit. Looking forward to returning to see the new hanger display......will make sure it is on a thursday when we can do a tour of the airfield!
  • This is a fantastic place to visit & well worth the £5 entrance fee. Steve & Sheila Perry have done a cracking job creating this museum from what started off as a personal collection of military vehicles & artefacts. The short film of how the museum was created, (on show at the Roxie Cinema), is nothing short of brilliant. As an ex-member of the armed forces I can appreciate the value of what is on display & the many, many hours of hard, back-breaking work that has gone into what we can see here today. I have a personal interest in local military history, as my mother was serving in the Land Army at St Columb when she met my father, who was serving in the Fleet Air Arm at St Merryn in the 1940's. I enjoyed every minute I spent looking round the museum today & will definitely be back again. Thanks Steve & Sheila for a most interesting museum.
  • The guy who rebuilt the place, Steve I think, was so friendly and passionate about his museum it brightened a miserable, freezing cold day. It is definitely worth watching the opening film as is interesting and informative. The museum is laid out in sections but is far from clinical, just the way I like it, lots to see, it's actually better than when everything's on shelves and organised. Great value at a fiver per person and even when freezing cold a great way to spend a few hours. We will go again.
  • A great museum, took us 2 hours to look round as so many exhibits, and dog friendly too! They are expanding and building a new hanger so well worth a visit this summer!
  • A rather charming museum with an eclectic mix of items on display. A real step back in time. A great way to spend a few hours and it was only a couple of pounds for admission.
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