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Post  Lee Newton June 30th 2015, 08:57

There is an exhibit of 'war-toys' and 'war games' at Chathams Historical Dockyard from the V & A museum.

Exhibit is free but the Dockyard is £16 (which can be used all year).

Usual action men and toy guns that get the nostalgia churning but some really interesting board games and soldiers through the ages. Not sure it's worth £16 but if you intend to revisit to look at the other stuff then £16 is a bargain.  The submarine is brilliant for example.

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Post  Gwin June 30th 2015, 11:37

Yes it's very good. I saw it when I and it was in Southampton.

Brung back a lot of memories and I had that's Very Happy


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