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This old wartime POW camp for German prisoners is a museum showing England at war. In the huts the prisoners used to live in are scenes depicting the sights and smells of the war in for example a wartime factory, a street shelter and a shopping street.
There is one particular scary exhibit where you are in a submarine under attack.
There is an assault course and cafe. Accessible throughout for the disabled.
Entry in 2009 is £5.00/£4.00 which is good value for an attraction that needs at least three hours to see it.
Just off the A64 at Malton. The Yorkshire Coastliner bus stops here on its way to and from Scarborough.
The restaurant serves interesting delights such as Churchill Steak Pie or Submariners Pie at £4.99. Note credit cards are not accepted.
Car parking is on site and free. The site is flat and disabled friendly.
Phone: 01653 697777
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