Eden Camp

Eden Camp Museum

The country’s top visitor attraction

English Tourist Board
Visitor Attraction of the Year 1998

Yorkshire Tourist Board
Visitor Attraction of the Year 1998

Located on the outskirts of the market town of Malton in North Yorkshire, Eden Camp is a multi-award winning Modern History Theme Museum housed within the grounds of an original World War Two prisoner of war camp.  It was developed into a museum by local businessman Stan Johnson to stand as a tribute to all people, civilian and military, who endured hardship throughout World War Two.

Today, Eden Camp has people of all ages visiting from around the world to see the story of World War Two re-created using sights, sounds, smells and moving figures to create a unique atmosphere that makes it feel like you travelled back in time to wartime Britain.

The human torpedo displays are situated in Mess Huts Two and Three.

Visit their web site for more information www.edencamp.co.uk

Directions

By Car
The Museum is located off the A169/A64 Junction.  The nearest town is Malton.  For Sat Nav users the postcode is: YO17 6RT.

By Bus
The local Coastliner bus service stops off at the museum and runs services from Leeds, Tadcaster, York, Malton, Pickering, Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington.

By Train
The nearest train station is located in Malton.  From the station it is possible to use the Coastliner bus service or book a taxi to travel from the station to the museum.


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