Tiger Day 14, 19 September 2020, is dedicated to the world's most infamous tank - Tiger 131.
- See Tiger 131 in action - the world's only running Tiger I
- WWII-themed Tanks in Action - including German and Allied vehicles
- Living History around the site
- Explore The Tank Museum and get a FREE Annual Pass for return visits
- ... and more!
- PLUS get up close with Premium Tickets, available on Friday and Saturday
SEE TIGER 131 IN ACTION!
If you would like to learn more about the history of Tiger 131 please click here.
Applications to trade, exhibit, cater, entertain or demonstrate will be open soon.
The Tiger Day event programme and vehicles listed to take part are subject to health and safety, operational, weather and mechanical considerations. The Tank Museum reserves the right to amend or modify the programme, or withdraw vehicles, at any time without notification when reasonably required in accordance with its own best-practice procedures or those of exhibit owners. As with all historic machines, the appearance of the Tiger tank in the arena display is subject to its mechanical reliability on the day. Please find full Tiger Day terms and conditions here.
Please note that The Tank Museum, Tank Museum, Tankfest and Tiger 131 are all registered trade marks. Find more details here.
All You Need to Know About Tiger Day 14
Admission tickets, Groups & Gift Vouchers
Premium Experiences available Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Transport and Accommodation
Frequently asked questions for Tiger Day 14
Standard Tickets - Early Bird
Get 15% off if you book before 25 April. Includes Annual Pass to The Tank Museum.
Includes an Annual Pass to The Tank Museum. Friday & Sunday tickets include Saturday admission.