Weybourne, NR25 7EH
+44 (0)1263 588210
Cliff-top showcase for military might
There has long been a military presence at Weybourne, reflecting the village’s key defensive position. The remaining Weybourne Camp buildings now house Britain's largest private working military museum.
Exhibits date from 1782 to the present day. Highlights include the many tanks, guns, missiles and armoured vehicles, some outside but many in large indoor galleries.
Displays also feature smaller, personal items such as, uniforms, medals and kit bags, and weapons such as swords, bayonets and knives.
- Tank driving experiences (limited dates, check with museum)
- Tank demonstrations
- Military vehicle rides during school holidays
- The Radio Hut (open Wednesday, Thursdays and some Sunday afternoons)
Recommended length of visit: 2 to 4 hours
Other good things to do near by
The Muckleburgh Collection is just three miles from the charming resort of Sheringham, where you can take a trip on the Poppy Line steam railway or visit The Mo, Sheringham’s excellent town museum.
The North Norfolk Coast is perfect for walking and cycling, and there are many good local pubs and cafes in nearby seaside towns and villages.
Travel and parking
On the A149 coast road between Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer.
Ample free parking on site.
The hourly Coasthopper service from Kings Lynn to Cromer offers a ‘hail and ride’ service so you can be taken right to and dropped off at the museum.
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Other access information
Telephone for further details.