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Combined Military Services Museum, Maldon

Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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4.9/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • Small museum full to the ceiling with items small and large from the military. Almost every item they have is on show. Perhaps a little more text about each item wouldn't go amiss. You are assured of ...  read more »
  • This place is a tardis!!! You pull up thinking oh this won't take too long to look around. Hours later when you have popped out for lunch and come back you realise just how much stuff there is to look...  read more »
  • One of the best museum I have been to in a very long time I would highly recommend it. Lots very interesting war time artefacts from civil to modern times. 
  • Amazing collection of artefacts from a Roman javelin head to a Viking sword, early English swords, uniforms from all ages, a large small arms collection, Rapier and Bloodhound missiles systems, local history items from the first and second world wars, and a collection of cold war spy equipment; plus armoured vehicles. Wow!
  • A hidden gem if you are interested in Military History! Weaponry from the English Civil War right the way through to the Gulf War. The Mason Collection is one of the most amazing SIS/MI6 real spy collections of artefacts I've ever seen the Imperial War Museum must be green with envy that they don't have this collection. Like something out of Bond but all true/real! Well worth the very reasonable entry fee.
  • A truly excellent museum with the most helpful staff. A great few hours enjoyed by us all. Highly recommend.
  • An amazing collection of small arms from throughout the ages
  • Don't be put off by the unassuming, factory-unit exterior. It contains the best collection of militaria I have ever seen. Everything is beautifully presented and informatively labeled. Much of the collection is unique with items which cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. The espionage section would be worth a visit in its own right. Allow two to three hours minimum to get round as it's like a Tardis inside.
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