Muckleburgh Collection Art Galleries
Weybourne Military Camp, Near Sheringham
The Muckleburgh Collection has been so named after Muckleburgh Hill at the foot of which the military camp is situated. The Collection was started by the now late Berry Savory and his son Michael after the success of another small museum. "The History of Combined Operations" at Inveraray Castle, the traditional home of the Duke of Argyll.
Since then, the Collection has grown to over 120 vehicles, tanks and guns with a back-up of 2,500 other exhibits. Across the meadow, in front of the main building, is the compound area. This remains virtually as it was in 1948 and is now used for the workshops and the storage of equipment awaiting restoration. We have now incorporated some of these buildings into the display for themed exhibits and attractions, such as the Radio display.
The vehicles on display have come from far and wide; Russia, Norway, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, Holland, Eire, Syria, Kuwait, Israel and even Goose Green on the Falkland Islands.
Are you looking for that different type gift for that person who has just about everything and done everything, our course will fit the bill. We have 16 working Tanks at our Museum, with our expert instruction at your side, the experience of driving one will be challenging, safe and fun!!
And then. . . Take dinner in our Restaurant where fresh, local produce is produced and cooked on the premises. Our professional team will ensure that experience is one that you'll remember for a lifetime!.
For enquiries about Muckleburgh Collection, please contact the attraction using the details below.
AddressWeybourne Military Camp, Near Sheringham, Weybourne, Norfolk, NR25 7EG
Opening times10am - 5pm
Attraction typeArt Galleries
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