Eden Camp
Eden Camp
One of the most popular family attractions in North Yorkshire is this award-winning look back in time at life during WWII. The Camp is 6 acres of displays covering life on the Home Front during WWII, as well as exhibits on Britain's 20th century military history.
Eden Camp is divided into a series of 29 huts and 3 Mess buildings. Each of the huts covers a different aspect of war in Britain. Among the 'highlight huts' topics are The Rise of Hitler and the Nazis, The Home Front, the U-Boat Menace, The Blitz, wartime fashions, women at war, Bomber Ops, Prisoners of War, and Civil Defence, to name only a few.

There are special areas for children to learn, and you can take a (theoretical) trip down a coal mine. There is a music hall, a WWI exhibit, a Junior Mess Tent, War News and Communications Room, and even a Forces Reunion hut. It will take a long time to see all there is to see at Eden Camp!