This museum houses a collection of armoured fighting vehicles in Bovington, Dorset. The museum tries to exhibit the history of the tank with over 300 vehicles from over 25 different countries which makes it the largest collection of tanks in the world. It has the only working example of a German Tiger I tank and a British World War I Mark I. The grounds nearby the museum, is home to Bovington Camp where the British Army train soldiers in driving tracked-vehicles.
The museum is divided into different exhibition halls from WWI and WWII as well as exhibits showing the progress of tank building up to today. Each year, the museum holds a TankFest where they demonstrate their operation vehicles including some of the rarest in the world. Besides the tanks on exhibit, there are many interesting and thought provoking stories around them such as the exhibit devoted to the War Horses used during World War I.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Depart from school and travel to Dorset and Bovington Tank Museum.
Afternoon: Upon arrival your group will gain admission to visit the Tank Museum. Enjoy see one of the world’s greatest collection of World War I and World War II tanks. Enjoy the museum and grounds at your leisure.
Evening: Depart from Dorset and travel back to school. End of tour.