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Tiger Day 13

Standard Tickets are no longer on sale for this event. Ticket holders will be contacted shortly regarding how we’re keeping you safe at Tiger Day 13.

See a WWII tank display and explore The Tank Museum on a day dedicated to the world’s most infamous tank.

If you want to see Tiger 131 in action and you haven’t purchased a ticket, Tiger Day 14 (19 September) and Tiger Day 15 (24 April 2021) are available for purchase.

  • 7 & 8 August 2020
  • Open 9am to 6pm
  • See Tiger 131 in action – the world’s only running Tiger I
  • WWII-themed Tanks in Action
  • See Part One of WW2: War Stories


While Premium Tickets are currently on sale for this event, we have closed regular ticket sales until we get further guidance regarding outdoor event capacity. 

Your Tiger Day ticket includes a free Annual Pass – so you can visit The Tank Museum as many times as you like in a year.

  • Explore The Tank Museum, the biggest collection of tanks in the world
  • Second World War tank display starring Tiger 131
  • Living History, Tiger artifacts, and much, much more!


Friday tickets include a standard Saturday Tiger Day admission ticket where you can spend the day exploring the Museum and enjoy the display from a grandstand seat.



The lucky winner will be able to take a ride in the infamous Tiger 131 around The Tank Museum arena this coming Tiger Day 13, on 8th August 2020. 2nd and 3rd place will also be awarded a ride – vehicles TBC. 

All proceeds will go to support the work of The Tank Museum and the continued maintenance and restoration of the Museum’s vehicles, including Tiger 131.

The raffle will end at 12 noon on the 20 July 2020. The winning ticket will be drawn on that day and the winner informed soon after.

Tiger Day Raffle Terms & Conditions
Online ticket sales will close at 12 noon on the 20th of July. Winner must be available on 8th of August 2020 to claim their prize from The Tank Museum. Prize includes free entry to the Museum on Tiger Day, but travel to the Museum will be at the winners’ expense. This date is not transferable, however in the event of mechanical failure reasonable steps will be taken to re-arrange a mutually convenient date or substitute vehicle. Prizes are only transferable at the discretion of The Tank Museum. For safety reasons, it is essential that winners must be able to climb in and out of the tank unaided. The winner must be over 1.25m and aged 18 or over. By entering the draw, you are consenting to receive communications from The Tank Museum. Standard terms and conditions apply. Promoted by Richard Smith, The Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset, BH20 6JG. Registered with Purbeck District Council in accordance with the Gambling Act 2005.

Tiger Day 13 Programme

What’s on, when on 8 August 2020

Getting Here

How to get to the Museum by car, train or plane.

Tiger Day Merchandise

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