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COVID-19 IMPORTANT NOTICE: The good news is that many of our attractions are opening up again. Owing to the Coronavirus outbreak and social distancing rules, some of them will have changed their opening times and may have altered some elements of the entertainment and events they offer, as well as requiring advance booking. Please check with each individual attraction before visiting.
Mini Land Rover Driving This October Half Term!

Mini Land Rover Driving this October Half Term!

Mini Landrovers will be coming to The Tank Museum this October half term, 24 October – 1 November, and kids can drive them!

Courtesy of Mini Landies, children can drive around the Museum’s arena for £5 per vehicle per ride. Each vehicle seats two kids and is suitable to be driven by ages 5-10. But don’t worry – younger children can be passengers!

Visitors can also explore The Tank Museum’s brand new exhibition: WW2 War Stories which tells the story of the Royal Armoured Corps between 1939 and 1945, and features new objects and previously unheard stories from British WW2 veterans.

Head of Commercial Operations, Simon Prager; “We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to the Museum this half-term, for an enjoyable and safe day out.

“The Museum has been certified as a COVID safe venue and feedback from visitors, since reopening in July, has shown that they feel both safe and extremely satisfied with the safety measure we have in place.”

PLUS, at The Tank Museum this October half term, get involved with special school holiday activities. Keep the kids entertained with free trails throughout the Museum’s nine exhibitions. Complete Commander Basil’s Secret Assignment to claim your prize!

To support social distancing, visitors are reminded to please book in advance with The Tank Museum’s online pre-booking system.

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