M32***23The Bowington Tank Museum is divided into four main exhibition halls, namely, the Intermediate Exhibition Hall of the First and Second World Wars, the Second World War Exhibition, the Cold War British Army Exhibition Hall, and the Tank Development History Exhibition Hall. People are a little puzzled, can't the first three exhibition halls constitute a history of tank development? The biggest advantage of the Bowington Tank Museum is not the number of exhibits, but the careful maintenance of each exhibit and a detailed and comprehensive historical introduction, including the origin of the tank, technological development, tactical evolution, and the actual use of tanks by the armies of various countries, etc., and Through a large number of actual vehicle anatomy, audio-visual materials and even shooting simulation, visitors can understand the charm of the tank, the king of land warfare. It can be described as entertaining and entertaining, and it can be called a "chariot science education base".
M43***62Used Tesco clubcard vouchers to buy tickets. One way system in place which means you can't go back to any of the aquariums you like. Highlight was the tunnel with the turtle, but be prepared to queue.Some lovely aquariums but it feels a bit dated.Prices in gift shop seem reasonable.
_Ep***omA beautiful beach in all weather in particular in the summer. Half of the beach is sand and half is shingle/pebbles. A walk from end to end would take an hour and is well worth the effort. the beach is very clean and the depth of the sea isshsllow for a great distance so bathing and swinming is safe. The sandy end if the beach has many adjacent take aways, hotels, cafes, the main town shops and amusements. king George 3rd lived the resirt and his summer residence is still yhere and used as a hotel/ restaurant cafe bar. A sublime place for a holiday in the sunmer.