Visitor Experience

24/Jul/2021
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The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) is a world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation for Bomber Command. Providing the most comprehensive record of the Command in the world, the IBCC ensures that generations to come can learn of their vital role in protecting the UK.


24/Jul/2021
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The Post Office Railway, known as Mail Rail since 1987, is a 2ft (610mm) narrow gauge, driverless underground railway in London that was built by the Post Office with assistance from the Underground Electric Railways Company of London, to move mail between sorting offices. It operated from 1927 until 2003, and in 2017 the former railway opened as a museum / visitor attraction.


24/Jul/2021
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On 24th September 1937, RAF Bawdsey became the first fully operational Radar station in the world. Remarkably, this was only a short eighteen months after the first experiment, conducted by Robert Watson Watt and Arnold Wilkins, which established that by using transmitted radio waves it was possible to detect an approaching aircraft.


24/Jul/2021
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The exhibition focuses on key themes such as The Boy From Shindagha, The Emirati, The Family Man, The Businessman, The Advocate, The Philanthropist, The Sportsman and the central hub looks at Heart & Soul | Leadership.


24/Jul/2021
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Charge, The Story of England’s Northern Cavalry unites the collections of the antecedent regiments of The Light Dragoons and also tells the continuing story of the Northumberland Hussars since becoming the Command & Support squadron of the Queen’s Own Yeomanry. Both regiments, which are formally affiliated to each other, are the only cavalry divisions today which exclusively recruit from the North of England.


24/Jul/2021
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A £1m Holocaust Exhibition & Learning Centre has opened at the University of Huddersfield. The exhibition contains artefacts from daily life in the Nazi concentration camps and testimony from survivors. Six million Jews and millions of other people were murdered in the Holocaust, before and during World War Two.


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Whilst developing Chatsworth Game Larder the approach was to ensure that the interpretation was sympathetic to the physical environment. Helping visitors to connect with the original features that can still be ‘read’ within the space and in-turn encouraging them to go out and explore the wider landscape.


24/Jul/2021
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The mission of the Florence County Museum is to provide a dynamic sanctuary for the preservation, interpretation and exhibition of objects of scientific, historic, and artistic significance that are unique or of special interest to the people of Florence County and the Pee Dee region of South Carolina.


24/Jul/2021
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Civic leader Luther Ely Smith conceived the idea of building a memorial to help revive the riverfront and memorialise the story of the nation’s westward expansion.


24/Jul/2021
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The highlight of a visit to Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is a ride To The Top of the 630-foot Gateway Arch, for a panoramic view of the surrounding area. But beside commenting on the cramped nature of the little capsules that carry them to the top, or wondering about the strange clicking noises they hear as the capsules lurch to keep them upright, visitors ask relatively few questions about the tram system.