Tank museum to hold spooky Halloween Special
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A museum will be taking on a spooky atmosphere this October.
Norfolk Tank Museum will be holding a Halloween Special on Sunday, October 28.
For £8, with accompanied children under 12 free, brave people can try out the Spooky Military Vehicle course, pumpkin archery, and a Halloween treasure hunt around the museum.
There is also a prize for the best dressed visitor.
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The Norfolk Tank Museum focuses on the life of a British soldier from the late 19th century. It houses a large collection of weapons, memorabilia and military vehicles including a unique collection of Centurion tanks and a Russian Surface to Air missile launcher.
Visitors can also climb into some tanks, hold weapons, try on army kit, and meet Deborah II, Norfolk's own First World War replica tank which featured on 'Guy Martin's WW1 Tank' by Channel Four.
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Norfolk Tank Museum can be found on Station Road, Forncett St Peter, NR16 1HZ.