The Tank Museum | Disruptions and Closures

Disruptions and Closures

What's going on at The Tank Museum

1st January 2020

Disruptions

  • Soft Play Closure: Due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the soft play will be closed for the foreseeable future.

Exhibition Closures

Second World War Redevelopment

  • 6 January - 31 March: During this period, half of the WWII Hall will be closed for visitor access whilst we commence Phase 1 of the renovation project. Phase 2 has been scheduled for the Autumn/Winter of 2021.

    You may access the following exhibition halls via the exterior of the building, and will be accompanied by a Guide:

    - Tank Factory
    - Tamiya Hall (Soft-play, Cafe, Cold War vehicles)
    - Battlegroup Afghanistan Exhibition
    - Long After the Battle 
Please contact info@tankmuseum.org if you have inquiries about access to a specific vehicle.

Due to the closures, The Tank Museum will be running extra tours during January to March, and regular tours of the Vehicle Conservation Centre. See the programme of weekday and weekend tours here.

The Tiger Collection

The Tiger Collection had a very successful and extended run in the Museum. On Monday 4th November 2019 the exhibition space was dismantled, and vehicles moved to make way for the WWII Hall renovation project. To read a little more about the Collections vehicles, click the link here.
The Tanks from this exhibition and their new locations can be seen below:
  • Tiger I (131) - Tank Story Hall
  • T-34/76 - Tank Story Hall
  • Jadgtiger - Inaccessible to public, January - March 
  • Tiger II (Production) -  Inaccessible to public, January - March 
  • Tiger II (Pre-Production) - On loan to the National Military Museum in the Netherlands until at least Autumn 2020
Many apologies for any inconvenience caused. Your patience and understanding as we go through this large scale renovation project is greatly appreciated. Please remember all tickets to the Museum (excluding Group & Complimentary Tickets) include an Annual Pass, allowing you to visit the Museum free of charge for 1 year from the date of first usage.

Read more on the redevelopment here.

Updated: 18.03.2020