The Royal Marines Museum

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Eastney Esplanade, Southsea PO4 9PX Eastney Esplanade, Southsea PO4 9PX Directions
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Report | 2 years ago
I miss the cold room you used to have. On the statue out the front, the barrel on the SLR rifle is still bent slightly downward. I didn't see any mention on how the new camouflage called MTP was developed.
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no very informing easy understanding
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Lack of interactive exhibits and large amount of written info makes this venue unsuitable for small children (I can only think of a couple of interactive displays and the knotting display was out of action due to spoilt ropes). Free parking would have allowed us longer to look around - we didn't eat lunch there as we would have had to refill the meter.
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The displays are well planned and it was good they were so visual.
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having to pay for the car park.
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More info on how to move around if you are disabled. I also didn't know about the outdoor activities, which my young man loved
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As a family we had a very enjoyable day!
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I took my grandchildren they loved the assault course and dressing up in combat gear and holding the guns playing at soldiers just like their dad
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Excellent displays well presented and a good tea room to round off the visit.
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The Royal Marines are very professional and take pride in all they do. The Royal marines museum did not reflect this. Very disapointed. The Museum let the Royal Marines down.
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