About the museum

Eden Camp is a family owned and run business that started over 30 years ago.

Since Stan Johnson opened Eden Camp in 1987, in the buildings and grounds of an original World War Two Prisoner of War Camp, a unique historical site has been given new life by developing the museum into an award-winning attraction for all the family, that is both entertaining and educational.

Through close collaboration with veterans groups we’ve created immersive displays that cover both social and military history and our archive has grown into a resource of national historical importance.

We’ve made significant improvements to the original site over time, with recent complete refurbishments of our café and gift shop and much more planned over the coming years.

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Eden Camp does not have charitable status, does not receive any funding or tax breaks and is funded by you, the visitor.

With your support, we can ensure that the memory of all of those who have served in HM Forces and made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure liberty and freedom endures for future generations.

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