Historian David Fletcher MBE and David Willey, Curator, are the stars of The Tank Museum’s YouTube channel series “Tank Chats”.
If you’ve ever dreamed of spending an evening with a drink in your hand whilst talking tanks with two of the world’s most well-regarded tank experts… look no further!
SATURDAY 17 AUGUST 2019 | 17.00 – 21.15 | £85 - BUY NOW
Limited to just 40 places, you’ll enjoy a three-course dinner, with plenty of wine or beer available too.
Stories and anecdotes with a question and answer session will allow you to get to know the driving forces behind The Tank Museum’s YouTube videos for yourself!
Your ticket will include access to The Tank Museum on the day of the meal, and we expect the evening to end at 21.15 – to allow our diners time to catch taxis and trains home.
…And the best part is, all proceeds will be supporting The Tank Museum and its work to curate and conserve the world’s finest collection of armored fighting vehicles.
Over 18s only!
- Museum access & Annual Pass
- Three course meal
- Questions and answers
- Photo and signing opportunities – bring your books or buy new ones here!
If you have special dietary requirements, please make us aware on booking by emailing email@example.com.
If there is something you really want either David to answer, each ticket holder is invited to submit a question on booking – but there will be opportunities to ask more on the night.
TRANSPORT: We want you to relax and enjoy your evening at The Tank Museum – so you can leave your car overnight in our car park. Plus, you’ll have an annual pass so you would be welcome to visit The Tank Museum that following day too.
TRAINS: There are regular trains to Wool station on the Waterloo to Weymouth Line. For the return journey, we recommend the trains that leave for stations East (Poole, Bournemouth) at 21.34 and West (Dorchester, Weymouth) at 21.33. The 21.34 train from Wool is the last of the day that terminates at London Waterloo, just after 1am.
ACCOMMODATION: There is plenty of accommodation in the area – although we may recommend staying in Weymouth, Dorchester, Wareham, Poole or Bournemouth if you are hoping to take advantage of public transport in getting to or from The Tank Museum. Both Poole and Dorchester have accommodation in walking distance from the station (Premiere Inn/Travel Lodge). If driving, there are a number of guesthouses and campsites in the vicinity – but please be aware that this will be the height of the holiday season in Dorset – so book early.