Find out more about how camouflage techniques are used in combat and how the armed forces take inspiration from nature when trying to stay hidden.
Visitors will have the chance to find out how crews work and fight together, conceal and live with their vehicle.
There is also the opportunity to sit inside the Chieftain Main Battle Tank and an original First World War Mark IV tank and find out more about how these machines operate.
There will be talks, tours and trails as well as activities for the whole family.
The Vehicle Conservation Centre will be open every day 13.30 – 16.30.
Normal admission prices apply and Annual passes are valid.
Normal Admission fees apply
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