Home
About Us | Underwater Warfare | The Operations | Submarines | Eden Camp Museum | Technical Specifications | Books | Contact Us
Eden Camp Museum

Eden Camp - Award Winning Museum

Eden Camp - Map

 

The country’s top visitor attraction

English Tourist Board
Visitor Attraction of the Year 1998

Yorkshire Tourist Board
Visitor Attraction of the Year 1998


Eden Camp Museum is a 1942 prisoner of war camp converted to display in each hut part of the Second World War. Truly a Museum within a Museum.

This 6 acre site will take you four hours to visit all the displays.

The human torpedo display is situated in Mess hut 3 (Italian) Mess hut 2 (British).

Visit their web site for more information www.edencamp.co.uk

Directions

Eden Camp is located at the junction of the A64 York to Scarborough road and the A169 to Malton to Pickering road.

Eden Camp is accesible by car, or by train, bus or taxi. The nearest train station is Malton, which is on the York to Scarborough line. At the train station you can catch the bus to Pickering, or get a taxi, it is approximately 2.5 miles to the Camp.

The Camp can be reached by bus from Leeds, York, Scarborough, Whitby, Pickering and Filey. For bus details contact the Yorshire Coastliner Bus Company on Malton (01653) 692556.

Top


The Underwater Heritage Trust
6 Aycliffe Close, Bickley
Kent, BR1 2LX, UK
Tel: 020 8467 8656 Fax: 020 8467 9416
Registered Charity No: 1019357
© The Underwater Heritage Trust 2004, Designed by Idealworld web