Museum launches universal credit ticket

The Tank Museum has launched discounted tickets for low-income families, ahead of the Easter school holidays.

Tickets to Dorset’s largest indoor attraction can be purchased at a reduced rate for those who receive universal credit, working tax credit, child tax credit, employment and support allowance, income support, or jobseeker’s allowance.

Head of Visitor Experience, Rosanna Dean said, “We know how hard it is for many families on low incomes right now and we want to do what we can to help. We strive to make The Tank Museum as accessible as possible, and we are looking forward to seeing all families able to enjoy the story of tanks and the crew who served in them.”

The Museum is home to the finest collection of military vehicles in the world and is set amongst bold, interactive exhibitions. Kids can dress up, get hands-on, and let off steam on the tank themed outdoor play area and indoor soft play.

Every weekday during the Easter Holiday, visitors can watch explosive tanks in action and take part in medal-themed activities.

Colour image of a Sherman Fury Tank in side profile. To the right is a tall explosion of flames and smoke.
Visitors can watch Tanks in action, every week day during the Easter Holidays.

Tickets are limited to six people per household and can only be purchased onsite at The Tank Museum. Proof of eligibility will be required.

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