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Jangtravels wrote a review Dec 2018
Singapore, Singapore680 contributions244 helpful votes
I am not sure abt the review written in Aug 2018 and the accuracy of the photos. The museum in Cheltenham is closed down and the building now a lovely retirement home. If you like to learn more abt the WW1 in Cheltenham, i suggest you visit the Wilson gallery off high street where they have exhibits showing how the war affected the people here. …
Date of experience: December 2018
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jennifercS2875OR wrote a review Aug 2018
St. Paul, United States49 contributions6 helpful votes
What an amazing museum. If you really wanted to read everything you will need two days. Thankfully if you do your ticket will be good for two days in a row. Volunteers are very helpful and friendly. There is an amazing amount of history and artifacts in here. My 19 year old son wanted to come here. We arrived at 10:40am and left just after 4pm. The tower is a really neat place to see the entire city. It is not wheelchair accessible. Everywhere else is. This is just a beautiful museum. Next door is the money museum and if you stop there first and fill out a survey you can get a buy 1 get 1 ticket for the WWI museum. Wished I had known that ahead of time. They do offer college student discount if they have their id and same with teachers bring your badge.…
Date of experience: August 2018
ivanadaley wrote a review May 2017
London, United Kingdom123 contributions41 helpful votes
Visited with my children aged 16 and 20. We had a really lovely day and was really informative and interesting.
Date of experience: May 2017
Januarius wrote a review Nov 2016
Gloucestershire49 contributions38 helpful votes
Unfortunately this excellent museum has closed and the building is being redeveloped for housing. The loss of the museum is a disappointment for potential visitors.
Date of experience: November 2016
Joanna K wrote a review Oct 2015
Sydney167 contributions97 helpful votes
Small museums often surprise with the excellence of their curation and inventive display. This museum, especially during the centenary of WWI, is not to be missed. Confronting and shocking, it brings the full horror of the Great War to this generation - lest we forget.
Date of experience: October 2015